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China-based EV maker Li Auto (LI) revealed that it hit a new record and crossed the 8,000-vehicle target, with the delivery of 8,589 Li ONEs in July 2021. This marked a 251.3% year-over-year and 11.4% sequential growth. Shares of Li Auto closed 8.9% higher on Friday. As of July 31, 2021, total deliveries stand at 38,743 in 2021. This represents cumulative deliveries of Li ONE at 72,340, since its launch. (See Li Auto stock charts on TipRanks) Following the release of this robust data, Li Auto President Yanan Shen said, “Driven by outstanding product features and performance, the 2021 Li ONE set an all-time high in monthly deliveries once again.
Electric carmaker Tesla's stock rose by 4% in trading today after a news report detailed an increase in sales in China's electric vehicle market.
BEIJING, China, Aug. 02, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Li Auto Inc. (Nasdaq: LI) (“Li Auto” or the “Company”), an NEV automaker in China, today announced the launch of its global offering (the “Global Offering”) of 100,000,000 Class A ordinary shares of the Company, which comprises a Hong Kong public offering of initially 10,000,000 Class A ordinary shares commencing on August 3, 2021, Hong Kong time (the “Hong Kong Public Offering”) and an international offering of initially 90,000,000 Class A ordin
Li Auto and Xpeng outsold Nio in July for the first time amid supply-chain disruptions and price cuts.
Stocks got back into the groove on Monday, and the Nasdaq Composite (NasdaqINDEX: ^IXIC) helped lead the way higher. Electric vehicles have been a hot area of the market lately, and Tesla (Nasdaq: TSLA) remains the leader in that high-profile industry. Below, we'll look at what China's EV companies said and what it means for Tesla and the broader industry.
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Chinese EV stock Li Auto is on the move again after severe declines followed a huge IPO run. As deliveries surge, is Li Auto stock a buy now?
Electric vehicle sales at China's Li Auto and Xpeng Inc more than tripled in July from a year ago, while they doubled at Nio Inc, helped by robust demand for new energy automobiles in the world's biggest auto market. The rise in July deliveries comes at a time when electric car makers have been expanding manufacturing capacity in China, encouraged by the country's policy of promoting greener vehicles. U.S.-listed shares of Xpeng surged as much as 8.9% to a near two-week high of $44.12, Li Auto rose as much as 6.1% to a one-month high of $35.44, while Nio gained as much as 4.7% at $46.78.
The rise in July deliveries comes at a time when electric car makers have been expanding manufacturing capacity in China, encouraged by the country's policy of promoting greener vehicles. U.S.-listed shares of Xpeng surged as much as 8.9% to a near two-week high of $44.12, Li Auto rose as much as 6.1% to a one-month high of $35.44, while Nio gained as much as 4.7% at $46.78. Nio, Li Auto and Xpeng compete with U.S. electric car maker Tesla, which dominates the EV market in China.