New energy vehicle rankings in the first quarter!Hongguang MINI is only the second Tesla Model 3, completely convincing God
As cars accelerate their transition to new energy, the sales of new energy vehicles have also increased substantially. What’s more worth mentioning is thatDomestic car companies have begun to shine on the global new energy vehicle stage. In the global new energy sales list for the first quarter, the top ten domestic vehicles occupy four positions.
In the first quarter of 2021,
the global auto market will achieve sales of 1.128 million new energy vehicles.The Tesla Model 3 was completely sealed by virtue of the world’s best-selling 126,716 vehicles.On the other hand, SAIC-GM-Wuling, relying on the huge demand of Hongguang MINI EV , won the second position, with a cumulative sales of 96674 vehicles, overwhelming Model Y.
The specific sales volume of new energy vehicles in the first quarter is as follows:
- No. 1 Tesla Model 3 126,716;
- No. 2 Wuling Hongguang Mini EV 96674;
- No. 3 Tesla Model Y 56064;
- No. 4 BYD Han EV 21,354 vehicles; 19188 vehicles of the
- fifth Great Wall Ora Black Cat.
- Followed by Nissan Leaf,
- Aion S, Hyundai Kona EV,
- Volvo XC60 PHEV,
- Audi e-tron and other models.
From another perspective, domestically produced vehicles have gradually become the global leader in new energy vehicles. Compared with joint venture brands, domestically produced new energy vehicles are extremely competitive in terms of configuration, power, and overall product strength. ,And with the further development of battery technology and the downward drop in costs, there are also many domestic models showing the upcoming trend of “fuel level prices”.
And another heavyweight player in the domestic car camp, a new car-building force,
also performed amazingly in this year’s competitive environment. In April, NIO delivered 7,102 units, a year-on-year increase of 125.1%; Ideal Motors delivered 5539 units in April, an increase of 111.3% year-on-year; Xiaopeng Motors delivered 5147 units in April, a year-on-year increase of 285%.