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It's hard to fathom, but for BYD, plug-in electric cars account for more than half of the brands total monthly sales.
In August BYD for the third consecutive month set a new record of plug-in electric car sales in China, reaching 20,845 (up 90%).
The new models, all of which feature substantial range for their segment (PHEV or BEV) join the Dragon Face family and will surely boost BYD sales.
BYD doesn't waste its time and is increasing plug-in car sales as much as possible and achieved another monthly record, improving June's result by almost 2,000.
BYD increases the pace of plug-in electric car sales in China with the introduction of all-electric Yuan compact SUV. In June, BYD sold total of 16,278 plug-ins...
In April, BYD’s plug-in electric car sales amounted to 13,105 In China, which is on par with March.
BYD unveiled at the Beijing Auto Show this year all-electric E-SEED concept, which surprises us with a promise of more than 600 km (370 miles) of range.
Many had hoped that Tesla would've grabbed the #1 spot for the year, but with just over 103,000 sold, that didn't happen.
BYD set a new record for plug-in EV sales in October - 11,802,up 15% over last year. Two thirds of sales were plug-in hybrids
BYD sells 11,307 plug-ins in China for September, lead by the plug-in hybrid Song DM withh almost 4,000 sales, while the updated Qin moves more than 3,500
BYD maintained its record-setting 11,000+ EV sales output in July, hitting a new record of 11,207 sales - up 11% year-over-year.
In June BYD improved sales of plug-in vehicles in China, and set a new all-time record of more than 11,000 new sales, including 4,552 Song PHEVs.
Total sales of the five BYD plug-in models offered in China numbered 6,563 in May, which is the best result so far this year (the good news), but still 27% down...
April EV sales for BYD shows a 5th consecutive month loss year-over-year, threatening China's goal of putting 800k new plug-ins on the road in 2017
BYD plug-in car sales have ebound from a collapse at the beginning of the year, when the government had no EVs qualifying for subsidies for a time
BYD, the largest plug-in electric car manufacturer in 2015 and 2016, fell victim to the EV subsidy uncertainty in China for January
BYD sold about 100,000 EVs in China last year - leading all major automakers, which was 70% more than the 59,000 sold in 2015
BYD surprised us this month with its November EV sales results, falling below the 10,000 level for the first time in awhile, as "only" 8,093 were delivered
In looking at EV sales around the world for last month, our attention was drew to an interesting now trend developing in BYD's plug-in car sales in China
BYD for fifth consecutive month sold more than 10,000 plug-in cars in China. The 10,252 in October is 73% more than year ago.