In March this year, the Li ONE, made by Chinese EV maker Li Auto, saw shipments of 1,475 units, surpassing the BMW 5 Series PHEV (1,432 units) for the first time and ranking first in the sales of plug-in hybrid models, according to the latest motor vehicle insurance data.
In China's new energy vehicle market, Li ONE ranked third, after Tesla's Model 3 and Nio ES6.
When the Li ONE is placed in the luxury medium and large SUV rankings, it ranks fifth, which has surpassed the Volvo XC90, Cadillac XT6, Land Rover Range Rover and other models.
As of April 9, Li Auto has delivered more than 4,500 Li Ones.
Previously, Li Xiang, CEO of Li Auto said on Weibo: "The conclusion that plug-in hybrids are all used as fuel vehicles in the past is completely untenable on Li ONE. Li ONE fuel costs 4-5 cents a kilometer, Fast charge 2-3 cents a kilometer, household charging pile is less than 1 cent a kilometer. "
Therefore, he believes that as the delivery speed of Li ONE increases, users will soon see more Li ONE on the road.