NIO delivered 10,489 vehicles in December – up 49.7% Year over Year.

For the fourth quarter, NIO’s deliveries reached 25,034 units, rising 44.3% YoY – the forecast was 23,500-25,500 for the last quarter of 2021.


The Luxury EV company delivered 2,782 ES8 Models, 4,939 ES6 and 2,768 EC6. Deliveries of the 2020 ET7 will start on March 28 and the brand new ET5 is expected to start being deliveried next September.


Global NIO Deliveries Numbers

December 2021 – 10,489 vehicles (up 49.7% year-on-year)

Q4 2021 – 25,034 vehicles (up 44.3% year-on-year)

2021 – 91,429 vehicles (up 109.1% year-on-year and more than quadrupled from 2019)

Total – 167,070 vehicles

Source: NIO



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