Shanghai (Gasgou)- According to data compiled by the Gasgoo Auto Research Institute (“GARI”), 441,676 Chinese-made Tesla-branded vehicles will be registered in mainland China in 2022, representing a 41.64% year-on-year surge.
China-made Model 3 registered 125,208 units last year, down 17.21% year-on-year. Meanwhile, Shanghai-made Model Y registered 316,468 units by 2022, marking a 97.06% jump year-on-year.
In terms of monthly performance, Tesla saw Chinese vehicle registrations in mainland China drop 40.66% year-on-year to 41,665 in the last month of 2022. Model Y sold 29,218 units (-27.39% y/y).
In terms of Chinese new energy vehicle (NEV) monthly registrations for December 2022, Tesla ranked second highest among all Chinese car brands.
As of December 2022, Model Y was the second runner-up among all locally produced NEV models sold in China, behind BYD Song PLUS DM-i and Wuling Hongguang MINIEV.
Looking at the regional distribution in December 2022, Shanghai has 1,690 Chinese-made Model 3 registered in the city of China. Hangzhou is another city with over 1,000 Model 3 registrations last month.
Looking at the number of registrations for the self-made model Y in December, there are seven cities where more than 1,000 units were registered. Of which, Shanghai was still the champion with his 3,795 model his Yi registrations.
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