Later, the automaker will also talk about its mission and explain about the battery and vehicle platform technology it uses.
Recently, BYD has struck a deal with British dealer, Pendragon, to start selling its electric cars before the end of this year.
The first model to go on sale in the UK at the end of October is the Atto 3. In addition to the Atto 3, BYD will also sell Tang and Han EV models for the European market.
In addition, the company has entered into partnerships with Europe’s largest dealer network and new showrooms are planned to open in October and November. Later, the delivery of the first phase of electric cars will be carried out in the fourth quarter of this year.
Unlike Nio, which is still struggling with its production capacity, BYD has large inventories available to customers on a very short notice.
The new models introduced to European customers will be available within a few weeks of placing an order.
Meanwhile, BYD is also considering moving away from the US market, given that the electric vehicle tax in the US is much higher than in Europe.