The EV maker LI Auto announced on Wednesday that delivered 11,496 vehicles in May 2022, up 165.9% year over year. The cumulative deliveries of Li ONE have reached 171,467 since the vehicle’s market debut in 2019.
“Although our parts suppliers in the Yangtze Delta region have gradually resumed production, they have not yet fully recovered and we continue to encounter challenges due to parts supply shortages. As such, our Changzhou manufacturing base has not yet reverted to its normal production level, resulting in delayed deliveries for some of our users,” LI’s President said.
“At present, we are actively collaborating with our supply chain partners to restore production capacity, aiming to shorten the delivery waiting time for Li ONE users, while meeting all pandemic prevention and containment requirements,” commented Yanan Shen, co-founder and president of Li Auto.
As of May 31, 2022, the Company had 233 retail stores in 108 cities, as well as 253 servicing centers and Li Auto-authorized body and paint shops operating in 214 cities.