BYD currently has more than 700,000 orders in hand, and will launch the fifth-generation DM-i system in 2024

time:2023-02-08 02:24:35 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Computer machine
BYD currently has more than 700,000 orders in hand, and will launch the fifth-generation DM-i system in 2024

IT House reported on September 2 that on the BYD conference call, BYD Chairman Wang Chuanfu revealed the current situation and future plans of the brand. Wang Chuanfu said that BYD currently has more than 700,000 orders in hand, and the delivery cycle for new cars is 4-5 months; while the seal model that has just been launched has been put into mass production, and there is a lot of pressure on delivery due to the epidemic and power cuts. Overall, BYD will strive for a monthly delivery of 280,000 units by the end of 2022. IT House has learned that BYD's wholesale volume in July reached 162,200 units. The August data has not been announced yet, and it is not expected to be lower than this value. In terms of future development planning, BYD will launch a luxury car brand in 2023, and will bring many unique new technologies. The first model will reach the level of one million yuan, and the fifth-generation DM-i system will be launched in 2024. . In addition, BYD is currently focusing on the European market overseas and may temporarily abandon the US market. In terms of autonomous driving, BYD's high-end models will launch high-end intelligent assisted driving, including a complete set of assisted driving solutions, involving the integrated deployment of hardware and software, and will maintain long-term product leadership by maintaining long-term product technology innovation. In terms of market development, Wang Chuanfu believes that China's entire new energy market will reach 9-10 million vehicles in 2023. They plan to deliver more than 4 million vehicles, while batteries and motor electronic control semiconductors will be synchronized or even more. The main production capacity of batteries is still internal supply, and a small proportion is supplied externally, but the proportion of external supply will increase significantly in 2024. In response to the decline of subsidies for new energy vehicles next year, Wang Chuanfu said that due to the increase in sales volume, BYD's raw material procurement costs will be reduced by 3-5%, thereby offsetting this part of the cost. "BYD: Net profit in the first half of the year was 3.595 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 206.35%, and the market share of new energy vehicles was 24.7%"

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