According to data released, XPG delivered 11,524 vehicles in July, up 43.33 percent from 8,040 in July last year, but down 24.66 percent from 15,295 in June.
As of July, 6,397 P7 sedans have been delivered to customers, followed by 3,608 P5 sedans, and 1,519 G3i compact SUVs.
During the seven months of this year, from January to July, XPG delivered 80,507 vehicles, up 107.61 percent from 38,778 in the same period last year.
In August, XPeng will start taking orders for its G9 portfolio followed by an official launch in September.
According to local media, Chedongxi indicated that XPeng offered significant discounts to customers in offline stores in July, although prices on its official website remained unchanged.
In Beijing, consumers can get a discount of RMB 15,000 for the XPeng P7, and RMB 10,000 for the P5 and G3i, according to a Chedongxi report.
July usually sees a slowdown in auto sales in the Chinese auto market. The unusually hot weather this year also has the potential to affect sales.
This year’s severe heat has also affected consumer visits to stores and test drives.