The Li L7 contributed 39.22 percent of Li Auto deliveries in July, while the Li L8 contributed 33.15 percent.
Li Auto's (NASDAQ: LI) two lower-priced models -- the Li L7 and Li L8 -- are its major sales drivers, both delivering more than 10,000 units last month, the latest figures show.
The Li L7 delivered 13,389 units in July, up 2.15 percent from 13,107 units in June, according to data from China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) shared by local automotive media outlet Dongchedi.
This means that the Li L7 contributed 39.22 percent of Li Auto's total deliveries of 34,134 vehicles in July, CnEVPost's calculations show.
The Li L7, Li Auto's only five-seat model, went on sale on February 8 and began deliveies on March 11.
The Li L7 is currently offered in three versions with starting prices of RMB 319,800 ($44,330), RMB 339,800, and RMB 379,800.
Deliveries of the six-seat Li L8 in July were 11,315 units, up 17.64 percent from June, contributing to 33.15 percent of Li Auto deliveries in the month.
Li Auto launched the Li L8 on September 30, 2022 and began deliveries of the model on November 10.
The Li L8 is offered in three variants with starting prices of RMB 339,800, RMB 359,800 and RMB 399,800 respectively.
Li Auto's flagship six-seat SUV, the Li L9, delivered 9,425 units in July, an increase of 11.53 percent from June, contributing to 27.61 percent of Li Auto's deliveries last month.
Released on June 21, 2022, the Li L9 is Li Auto's second model after the Li One. The Li One is currently discontinued.
Deliveries of the Li L9 began on August 30, 2022, and it is currently available in 2 versions with starting prices of RMB 429,800 and RMB 459,800 respectively.
Li Auto delivered a record 34,134 vehicles in July, the second consecutive month over the 30,000 mark, according to data it released on August 1.
All of the company's current models are extended-range electric vehicles (EREVs), and it is expected to launch its first battery electric vehicle (BEV) model within the year.
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