The G6 contributed 43.7 percent of Xpeng's deliveries in October, down from 53.12 percent in September, implying that some of the company's other models may have seen a significant uptick in deliveries last month.
Xpeng (NYSE: XPEV) saw record deliveries in October, as production capacity for its new SUV G6 ramped up.
The Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker delivered a record 20,002 vehicles in October, the first time it's exceeded the 20,000 mark, according to data it released today.
That's up 292.12 percent year-on-year and up 30.65 percent from September, the ninth sequential increase.
Production output of the Xpeng G6 significantly ramped up, with deliveries reaching 8,741 units in a single month, making it the best-selling all-electric SUV in the RMB 200,000 ($27,320) to RMB 250,000 price segment, the company said.
Deliveries of the Xpeng G6 rose 7.49 percent last month compared with 8,132 units in September, CnEVPost calculations show.
The G6 contributed 43.7 percent of Xpeng's deliveries in October, down from 53.12 percent in September, implying that some of the company's other models may have seen a significant rise in deliveries last month.
All of Xpeng's models currently on sale are battery electric vehicles (BEVs), including the G3 series, G9, P5, and P7 series. The company did not release breakdown figures for the other models.
Xpeng released facelifts for the P5, P7, and G9 this year, and its deliveries have moved higher with the product switch.
Xpeng launched the P7i on March 10 and started deliveries of the new sedan on March 26.
On September 19, the company launched the 2024 G9 and allowed the starting price to drop significantly.
On September 25, Xpeng launched the 2024 P5, eliminating the LiDAR option.
In the January-October period, Xpeng delivered 101,445 vehicles, a decrease of 2.13 percent year-on-year, primarily due to a sluggish start of the year in deliveries.
By the end of October, Xpeng had accumulated 360,155 deliveries since its inception, data monitored by CnEVPost showed.
Xpeng gave its first MPV (Multi-Purpose Vehicle) model, the X9, a brief appearance at its annual Tech Day event on October 24, saying that the model will be its first to feature the XOS Tianji smart cockpit system.
A flagship model based on the SEPA 2.0 architecture, the Xpeng X9 will be unveiled at the 2023 Guangzhou auto show in November, the company said today.
The X9 has entered a filing catalog with China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology last month, and key specification information has been revealed.
($1 = RMB 7.3195)