Before the G6's significant capacity ramp-up, the P7 continues to be Xpeng's most delivered model, contributing 44.58 percent of deliveries in July.
Before the significant capacity increase of the new SUV G6, Xpeng's deliveries continue to be mainly contributed by the flagship sedan P7.
Deliveries of the Xpeng P7 series in July stood at 4,908 units, down 23.28 percent year-on-year and down 5.54 percent from 5,196 units in June, according to data from China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) shared by local automotive media outlet Dongchedi.
This means that the P7 contributed 44.58 percent of Xpeng's total deliveries of 11,008 vehicles in July, CnEVPost's calculations show.
The P7 sedan was Xpeng's main seller for a long time, selling 59,066 units in 2022 and contributing 49 percent of Xpeng's annual sales of 120,757 vehicles, data monitored by CnEVPost show.
On March 6 Xpeng officially launched the P7's facelift, the P7i, and on March 26 began deliveries of the model in China.
The Xpeng P7 and P7i are currently offered in six variants, with starting prices ranging from RMB 229,900 ($31,897) to RMB 339,900.
The Xpeng G6 delivered 3,937 units in July, contributing 35.76 percent of the company's deliveries last month. The model was launched in China on June 29 and deliveries began on July 10.
The model is targeting monthly sales of at least 10,000 units, Xpeng chairman and CEO He Xiaopeng said after the G6 launch.
Xpeng is still struggling to ramp up the G6's production capacity, with CnEVPost's latest check showing that it currently has an estimated wait time of seven weeks for the Pro version and 12 weeks for the Max version.
Xpeng's flagship SUV, the G9, delivered 872 units in July, the lowest for the model so far this year, contributing 7.92 percent of the company's deliveries last month. The model went on sale in China on September 21, 2022, with deliveries beginning on October 27.
The Xpeng G3 series delivered 311 units in July, the lowest since May 2020.
The P5 delivered 980 units in July, the lowest since October 2021, contributing 8.90 percent of the company's deliveries in July. The model went on sale in China on September 15, 2021.
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