BYD’s January sales exceeded 150,000 vehicles, the Denza brand continued to rise, and the export volume once again exceeded 10,000
On February 1, BYD Auto officially announced the sales data for January this year, accumulatively selling 151,300 new cars, a year-on-year increase of 58.6%.
Among them, the sales volume of passenger vehicles was 150,100 units, a year-on-year increase of 57.8%. Sales of plug-in hybrid models were 78,900, and sales of pure electric models were 71,300.
In terms of production capacity, BYD’s cumulative production capacity in January was 154,200 vehicles, a year-on-year increase of 63.85%.
Maybe compared to December, you will feel that BYD’s monthly sales have dropped a lot, but after reading the following set of data, it is very likely that your jaw will drop.
Affected by the Spring Festival holiday, according to the data released by the National Passenger Car Market Information Association, it is expected that the sales volume of the domestic new energy passenger car market in January this year will drop sharply compared with December last year, and the drop will exceed 40%. Cumulative sales may be around 310,000 vehicles.
In other words, for every two new energy vehicles sold in January this year, one was BYD.
In terms of brands, Dynasty and Ocean series models are still the main sales force of BYD. The cumulative sales volume in January was 143,800 units, a year-on-year increase of 51%.
As for the detailed sales data of each model, BYD officials did not disclose.
The high-end brand Tengza continued to grow in sales in January, selling 6,439 vehicles, a month-on-month increase of 7.3%.
As for the Denza D9, we have made it clear in previous articles that its sales volume is likely to surpass that of Senna.
In December last year, the sales volume of Denza D9 was almost equal to that of Senna. The sales volume of Tengshi D9 was 6,002, and that of Senna was 6,070.
In January this year, the sales volume of Denza D9 was not affected by the long Spring Festival holiday, but it increased slightly compared to December last year.
From this, we can predict that the sales volume of Denza D9 in January this year has a high probability of surpassing Senna.
It is worth mentioning that in overseas markets, BYD’s January sales exceeded 10,000 units again, reaching 10,409 units, which can also be said to have achieved a good start.
In addition, the 2022 financial report released by BYD on January 30 showed that the net profit was 16 billion to 17 billion, a year-on-year increase of 425.42% to 458.26%.
According to the latest news, BYD will hit the sales target of 4 million vehicles in 2023
Although it seems a bit out of reach, according to industry insiders, BYD’s annual sales in 2023 are expected to reach 3.5 million vehicles.
From the perspective of Che Kuaiping, it is hard to say whether BYD can achieve 4 million sales this year, but it should be sure to win the sales champion of auto companies.