Xpeng reports 10,412 electric car deliveries in September, which is 199% more than a year ago and a new all-time monthly record.

The results and the current rate of growth are amazing, mostly thanks to the P7 model which has tripled year-over-year to over 7,500 units. The G3 is also at its peak of over 2,600 and the duo was recently joined by the all-new P5 model.

Xpeng sales:

  • Xpeng P7: 7,512 (up 192% year-over-year)
  • Xpeng G3: 2,656 (up 193% year-over-year)
  • XPeng P5: 244 (new)
  • Total: 10,412 (up 199% year-over-year)

Xpeng sales in China – September 2021


So far this year, sales exceeded 56,000:

  • Xpeng P7: 39,227
  • Xpeng G3: 16,933
  • Xpeng P5: 244
  • Total: 56,404 (up 301% year-over-year), including 25,666 (up 199%) in the Q3

The XPeng P5 model, launched on September 15, has noted 6,159 orders within the first 24 hours, according to the manufacturer, which indicates strong demand.

Most likely it will be the best selling XPeng model in the lineup (at least after the ramp-up phase).

Gallery: XPeng P5 Extended Gallery

There are six versions of the P5 - (460G, 460E, 550G, 550E, 550P, and 600P) - with three battery options 55.9 kWh, 66.2 kWh and 71.4 kWh and NEDC range of respectively: 460 km (286 miles), 550 km (342 miles) and 600 km (373 miles). The entry-level version starts at 157,900 CNY ($24,493) after subsidies, while the top is at 223,900 CNY ($34,731).


He Xiaopeng, Chairman & CEO of XPeng said:

“With the P5, we have delivered a new level in sophistication and technological advancement for smart EVs in China, at a competitive price point. We believe this is an age of intelligence, and that intelligence will redefine mobility as a whole. Now we have made the best-in-class smart family sedan available at the RMB200,000 price range, bringing some of the most advanced driver assistance functionality to China’s vast and fast-growing middle-class consumer base.”

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