BYD in October 2022 sold 217,816 new energy vehicles (NEVs) which is a new all-time high. This achievement was recorded for the second time in a row more than 200,000 units.
This number increased by 168.78 percent from 81,040 units of new energy vehicles in the same month last year. Compared to September, it rose 8.23 percent from 201,259 units.
Of the 217,816 NEVs sold in October, 217,518 units were passenger vehicles and 298 units were commercial vehicles.
Of the 217,518 units of passenger vehicles sold in October, 103,157 units were pure electric vehicles and 114,361 units were plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV).
Overseas, BYD sold 9,529 NEV in non-October 2022, up 23.18 percent from 7,736 units in September. BYD itself stopped production and sales of vehicles with internal combustion engines in March.
So far this year, BYD’s cumulative NEV sales were 1,397,870 units, up 233.92 percent from 418,619 units in the same period last year.
BYD is also the second largest electric battery producer in the country with installed battery capacity in October of around 10,188 GWh, up 123.57 percent from 4,557 GWh in the same month last year.