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NIO exceeds 400 vehicle deliveries daily in 2023, marks double-digit growth

by LLB Finance Reporter
20th Oct 23 7:07 am

As the electric vehicle (EV) landscape undergoes constant transformation, numerous players are vying to solidify their positions and satisfy the surging consumer demand in an increasingly competitive environment.

Within this competitive EV sector, NIO stands out for its impressive achievement of robust double-digit growth in delivery units.

In particular, data acquired and calculated by Finbold indicates that in 2023, between Q1 and Q3, NIO hit 109,993 vehicle deliveries.

This translates to an average of approximately 400 daily deliveries throughout the year and represents a year-over-year (YoY) growth of 33.43%, an increase of 82,434 over the same period in 2022.

A breakdown of the quarterly deliveries shows that in Q3 of 2023, NIO delivered 55,432 units, signifying a 75.37% growth compared to the 31,607 units delivered during the same quarter in 2022.

Looking back to Q2 2022, NIO had 23,520 vehicles, experiencing a minor 6.14% decrease from the 25,059 delivered a year prior. In Q1 2023, NIO delivered 31,041 vehicles, demonstrating a growth of 20.46% compared to the corresponding period of the previous year, which recorded 25,768 units.

Intrigues behind NIO’s growth

The research highlighted some of the intrigues behind NIO’s growth in delivery units over the past year. According to the research report:

“The growth in NIO deliveries comes in the backdrop of the company navigating a business environment characterized by geopolitical tensions and logistics challenges. The company has been making strides in the industry regarding vehicle production and technology, infrastructure, and customer experience, contributing to its growth. The figures highlight China’s increasing role in electric vehicle innovation and emphasize its competition with well-established automotive giants in Europe and the United States.”

Amid the growth, NIO faces challenges like fierce competition and supply chain issues but is well-positioned to benefit from the global shift toward electric vehicles and cleaner transportation.

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