The G6 delivered 7,068 units in August, up 79.53 percent from July, contributing 51.63 percent of 's monthly deliveries.

Xpeng's (NYSE: XPEV) deliveries rebounded further last month, as the company has been gradually reversing its previous sales slump.

Xpeng delivered 13,690 vehicles in August, the highest since June 2022 when it delivered 15,295 units, data released today showed.

The delivery was up 42.93 percent year-on-year and up 24.36 percent from July, marking the seventh consecutive month of sequential growth.

Xpeng G6 deliveries reached 7,068 units in August, totaling more than 11,000 units delivered, Xpeng said.

The G6's production volume realized a significant ramp-up due to the company's preparation and efficiency throughout the supply chain, as well as its manufacturing and delivery capabilities, Xpeng said.

Xpeng officially launched the G6 in China on June 29, with deliveries beginning on July 10.

The SUV is seen as crucial to turning around Xpeng's weak sales, though it suffered from slow capacity ramp-ups in the early days.

In the first month of starting deliveries, the G6 delivered 3,937 units, contributing 35.76 percent of Xpeng's July deliveries, data monitored by CnEVPost showed.

G6 deliveries in August were up 79.53 percent from July, contributing 51.63 percent of Xpeng's deliveries last month.

In the January-August period, Xpeng delivered 66,133 vehicles, down 26.59 percent year-on-year as it was dragged down by a sharp drop in deliveries earlier in the year.

By the end of August, Xpeng had delivered a total of 324,843 vehicles since its inception, data monitored by CnEVPost showed.

From August 14 to August 17, Xpeng conducted a successful media test drive in Beijing using its XNGP ADAS prototype that does not rely on high-precision maps.

The test drive demonstrated the capabilities of XNGP on the G6 Max version, including traffic light recognition, lane changing, and overtaking on unmapped roads. The media praised the XNGP assisted driving experience as smooth and stable, exceeding expectations, Xpeng said.

Xpeng plans to accelerate the development of XNGP non-HD map-dependent in the second half of 2023, unlocking more advanced smart driving features for more cities and roads, it said.

Xpeng will also make its debut at Munich's Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA) from September 4 to September 10.

Xpeng will showcase the G9 and new P7 models at the event and offer test drives to partners and visitors, it said.

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