China’s auto export ranks second in the world, and BYD’s new energy rises to a new high

China’s auto exports have ushered in a highlight moment, and overseas markets have been fully opened. According to data from the General Administration of Customs of China, in the first eight months of this year, China’s auto exports reached 1.91 million vehicles, surpassing Germany to become the world’s second largest auto export after Japan. country, to achieve a historic breakthrough.

We must know that under the impact of the raging global epidemic and the changing landscape, the supply chain of the automotive industry is not stable, and the world is affected whether it is production, sales, logistics, and exports.

However, it is in such an environment that Chinese automobiles can buck the trend and achieve such good results, and it is inseparable from the continuous efforts and long-term persistence and investment of independent automobile brands. Among them, new energy vehicles have become an “accelerator” for my country to accelerate the expansion of overseas markets, and BYD, the leader of new energy vehicles, is particularly eye-catching. In September, its new energy passenger vehicle export achieved an impressive growth rate of over 50% month-on-month, becoming a powerful “booster” for China to accelerate its expansion into overseas markets.

It must be admitted that my country’s automobile export was relatively weak in the past, mainly limited to poor countries with backward automobile industry due to price advantage. It is different now. Domestic cars have also started the high-end route, and at the same time they have entered developed countries such as Europe. BYD is a good example. It has achieved quite good and proud results in developed countries such as Europe. Last year, Tang EV entered Norway, one of the most mature markets for electric vehicles in Europe, and gained a high reputation among local consumers with considerable sales. Recognition and favor.

In a short period of time, BYD has successively entered Japan, Southeast Asia, Europe and other different countries and regions. The output of higher-end, smarter and better product and service experience makes my country’s auto exports dazzling not only in total volume, but also in unit price and profit.

On July 21, BYD announced its official entry into the Japanese passenger car market, and joined hands with three new energy models that are highly popular overseas: Yuan PLUS, Dolphin, and Seal, which will be unveiled in Japan, and will set up more than 100 actual sales in Japan by the end of 2025. store.

In August and September, BYD cooperated with Thailand, the Philippines, and Cambodia, respectively, to provide consumers in Southeast Asia with a new and better service experience, and to build BYD’s first overseas passenger vehicle OEM in Thailand.

On October 17, BYD unveiled three models at the Paris Auto Show in France. Among them, the pre-sale price of Han and Tang in Germany is 72,000 euros (about RMB 502,000), and the pre-sale price of Yuan PLUS in Germany is 3.8 Ten thousand euros [about RMB 265,000]. Everyone has also seen that the export price is much higher than the domestic price. Obviously, BYD does not trade price for quantity, but relies solely on the brand’s own hard core strength to win. Deliveries with many European countries, including Norway, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and other countries…

As a “catalyst” for China’s new energy vehicles to expand overseas markets, BYD boosts the development of the overseas new energy vehicle industry, adheres to the green dream, and jointly realizes a green and low-carbon life.

BYD’s new energy vehicles have not only achieved such achievements overseas. Recently, BYD signed a cooperation agreement with German car rental company Sixt, promising to buy at least 100,000 BYD electric vehicles in the next six years and put them in the German high-end car rental market.

Everyone knows that Germany is a strong country in the automotive industry, just like Porsche, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, Volkswagen, etc. we are familiar with…

As a local German company, Sixt chose us to abandon German electric vehicles, which is enough to prove the strength of BYD’s new energy vehicles and the excellence of its products.

If someone told you that China’s own auto brands can shine in developed countries such as Europe in the future, no one would believe it. Now we have not only achieved it, but also surpassed Germany to become the world’s second largest automobile exporter after Japan. . In the future, we expect BYD to bring us more surprises and lead the continuous breakthrough of Chinese brands. Looking forward to my country’s auto exports from breaking through to the top.