As competition for electric vehicle (EV) production continues to ramp up in the world’s largest auto market, one particular EV company is seeing sales surge as the year goes on.
China-based electric automaker NIO unveiled its July 2021 delivery update on Monday, which showed that the company delivered 7,931 EVs in July – marking a 124.5 percent increase year over year. In addition, the company’s total cumulative deliveries of its ES6, ES8, and EC6 models officially reached 125,528 as of July 31, according to the release.
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Last month, NIO announced it delivered 21,896 units throughout the year’s second quarter, which amounted to a 112 percent increase year over year.
While NIO’s growth throughout the year has been slowed by the ongoing chip shortage, the company is also among a handful of EV makers poised to challenge Tesla in the Norwegian market – which has one of the world’s highest EV adoption rates as the burgeoning industry finds its footing.
Earlier this year, NIO’s battery swap stations also reached 2 million EV battery swaps, just weeks before Tesla CEO Elon Musk congratulated the company for 100,000 EVs produced – and with many more to come.
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