BYD China

BYD China Sales Figures

Data & Charts for Total Build Your Dreams Brand Sales in China

Auto-sales-statistics-China-BYD-logoBYD Sales Data & Trends for the Chinese Automotive Market

BYD Auto, short for Build Your Dreams, was established in 2003 and markets the BYD brand in China, specializes in electric vehicles and has a manufacturing Joint Venture with Daimler to produce and market the Denza EV brand.

  • 2018 BYD total sales included 152.150 EV sales (E6, e5, Qin EV, Qin Pro EV, Yuan EV and Song EV) and 72.986 PHEV sales (Tang, Qin PHEV and Qin Pro PHEV)
  • 2017 BYD total sales included 38.571 EV sales (E6, e5 and Qin EV) and 35.170 PHEV sales (Tang and Qin PHEV)
  • 2016 BYD total sales included 46.426 EV sales (E6, e5 and Qin EV) and 53.502 PHEV sales (Tang and Qin PHEV)
  • 2015 BYD total sales included 8.455 EV sales (E6 and e5) and 50.273 PHEV sales (Tang and Qin PHEV)
  • 2014 BYD total sales included 3.560 EV sales (E6) and 14.747 PHEV sales (Qin PHEV)

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Annual Vehicle Sales

Annual Vehicle Sales Chart

Market Share Chart

Also find sales figures for the BYD e1 EVe2 EV, e3 EV,E6 EV, e5 EV, Qin EV, Qin PHEV, Qin Pro, Tang, Tang PHEV, Song Pro, F0, F3, F5 Suri, F6 Sirui, G3, G5, G6, L3, M6, S2, S6, S7, Song, Song MAX, T3, Yuan, G3R, F6, F3DM, F3R, Flyer, S8 and any other car model produced and sold in China since the early 2000’s.

Car sales statistics from China only include domestic production and exclude imported models.

Sources: Manufacturers, Chooseauto.

  1. I was recently doing some due diligence on BYD and looking at their 2017 Annual Report which is available here:

    http://www.hkexnews.hk/listedco/listconews/SEHK/2018/0419/LTN20180419405.pdf

    I wanted to know how many cars BYD sold in 2017. My understanding (could be wrong) is that they sold 355,000 cars in 2017, which is a bit less than the 403,496 reported in this article. See pages of 11-12 of the BYD Annual Report where they mention 110,000 NEVs sold (EVs+PHEVs) and 245,000 conventional cars sold ( referred to in the report as “fuel vehicles”).

    Is there another source for the 403,496 number? The 2017 BYD Annual report is from the company itself, and so it would seem pretty authoritative.

    I hope this helps.

    1. Hi John,

      it’s an interesting observation you’ve made. The 403.496 figure comes from the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, to whom BYD reports their wholesale deliveries on a monthly basis, which we then add up to make an annual figure. This is generally accepted as the most reliable source of automotive sales data for China, bar the manufacturers themselves.
      The difference between the two numbers is too large to be explained as the difference between wholesale and retail sales, so I’m afraid I don’t have any other explanation than incorrect (or double) reporting to the CAAM.

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