Mercedes-Benz third-quarter pure electric vehicle sales up 115% year-on-year

IT House October 29 news, Mercedes-Benz released its latest performance report, global car sales in the third quarter of 2022 were 520,100 vehicles, an increase of 20% over a year ago, including 517,800 Mercedes-Benz vehicles – Mercedes-Benz passenger cars (up 21%) and a small number of vans.

Most notably, Mercedes-Benz’s pure electric vehicle sales more than doubled in Q3, reaching 30,000 in a single quarter. In September in particular, a record 13,100 pure electric vehicles were sold throughout the month, including 3,400 Mercedes-Benz EQBs.

According to reports, Mercedes-Benz’s new energy vehicle (BEV and PHEV) sales reached 75,900 in the third quarter (up 23% year-on-year), accounting for nearly 15% of total sales. But in fact, looking at Europe as a whole, the share of NEVs is much higher, at 34%.

IT Home has learned that Mercedes-Benz’s EQ series currently includes eight models: EQA, EQB, EQC, EQE, EQE SUV, EQS, EQS SUV and EQV.

Mercedes-Benz’s global sales of new energy vehicles in the third quarter of 2022 (preliminary statistics):

Pure electric vehicles (excluding smart cars): 30,000 (up 115% from 14,000 a year ago),

Includes 5,400 EQS and 3,500 EQE

Plug-in hybrid: 45,900

Total number of new energy vehicles: 75,900 (up 23%), with a share close to 15%

In the first half of the year, Mercedes-Benz sold about 139,600 new energy vehicles:

Pure electricity (excluding smart): 75,400 (up 126% from 33,400 a year ago)

Plug-in Hybrid: 140,000

Total new energy: 215,400 (17% increase)