All three models delivered more than 10,000 units in October, and all were record highs.

Li Auto (NASDAQ: LI) said earlier this month that it delivered a record 40,422 vehicles in October. Now, the breakdown figures show how its three models performed.

The company's current models on sale include the five-seat Li L7, as well as the six-seat Li L8 and Li L9, all of which are extended-range electric vehicles (EREVs).

The least expensive Li L7 delivered a record 15,525 units in October, contributing 38.41 percent of the Li Auto's deliveries in October, according to data from China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) shared by local automotive media Yiche.

Deliveries of the model increased by 19.59 percent in October compared to 12,982 in September.

The Li L7 was launched on February 8 and deliveries began on March 11. By the end of October, the Li L7 had accumulated 97,062 deliveries, data monitored by CnEVPost showed.

On October 8, Li Auto said the cumulative deliveries of the Li L7 since its launch exceeded 100,000 units.

The Li L7 is currently available in three versions with starting prices of RMB 319,800 ($43,850), RMB 339,800 and RMB 379,800.

Li L8 deliveries in October were a record 12,142 units, up 8.48 percent from 11,193 in September, and contributed 30.04 percent of Li Auto deliveries. A total of 90,501 units of Li L8 were delivered in the January-October period.

The model, which is in the middle of the Li Auto's price range, was launched on September 30, 2022, with deliveries beginning on November 10 last year.

The Li L8 is currently offered in three variants with starting prices of RMB 339,800, RMB 359,800 and RMB 399,800 respectively.

Li Auto's flagship model, the Li L9, delivered a record 12,756 units in October, marking the third consecutive month of over 10,000 deliveries. This represents a year-on-year increase of 38.94 percent and a 7.34 percent increase from 11,884 in September.

The Li L9 contributed 31.56 percent of Li Auto deliveries in October.

The Li L9, the second model of Li Auto after the discontinued Li One, was launched on June 21, 2022, and deliveries began on August 30, 2022.

The Li L9 is currently offered in 2 variants with a starting price of RMB 429,800 and RMB 459,800 respectively.

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