XPENG delivered 16,000 vehicles in December. A new monthly record and a 181% increase YoY.


XPeng, a Chinese smart electric vehicle company, today announced its vehicle delivery results for December 2021 and the fourth quarter 2021.

XPeng delivered 16,000 Smart EVs in December 2021, exceeding the monthly delivery benchmark of 15,000 units for the second consecutive month despite ongoing global supply chain challenges. The December deliveries represented a 181% increase year-over-year, demonstrating the Company’s solid business momentum and execution capability. – said the company on the released note.

December Deliveries

Deliveries in December 2021 consisted of 7,459 P7 smart sports sedans, 5,030 P5 smart family sedans and 3,511 G3 and G3i smart SUVs, representing a 102% and 75% year-over-year increase, respectively, for the P7 and G3 series, and a 134% month-over-month increase for the P5, which ramped up steadily with a solid order backlog.


Global XPENG Deliveries Numbers

December 2021 – 16,000 vehicles (up 181% year-over-year)

Q4 2021 – 41,751 vehicles (up 222% year-over-year)

2021 – 98,155 vehicles (up 263% year-over-year)

Total – 137,953 vehicles

Total vehicle deliveries for the year ended December 31, 2021, reached 98,155, representing a 263% increase year-over-year. Cumulative P7 deliveries for the year reached 60,569, representing a 302% increase year-over-year. A total of 29,721 G3 and G3i smart SUVs were delivered in 2021, representing a 148% increase year-over-year. A total of 7,865 P5s were delivered in 2021.


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