According to the latest statistics, SAIC Maxus sold 20,017 units vehicles in November, up by 11% year on year. Its monthly sales volume reached a new record high in 2021. In the same month, it sold 7,579 units Van Life light buses, up by 12% year on year.
At Guangzhou International Auto Show, SAIC Maxus MIFA 9, the world’s first luxury electric MPV, made its debut. Equipped with Maxus-Pilot intelligent driving assisting system, the new generation of intelligent electric driving system and CATL batteries with a power storage of 90 kW.h, MIFA 9 is able to drive 520 km continuously. With the addition of new MPV products, including G20 PLUS, G50 PLUS, and MPV G10, SAIC Maxus sold 4,927 units MPVs in November.
Also in November, SAIC Maxus sold 3,401 units pickups. At Guangzhou International Auto Show, its D90 Pro pickup, with a torque of 500 N.m and an intelligent real-time four wheel drive system, officially made its debut.
In the overseas market, the number of SAIC Maxus vehicles in operation has exceeded 130,000 units. Currently, they are operating smoothly in 51 countries and regions across the globe. In November, SAIC Maxus EUNIQ6 hit the market in Norway. In Australia and New Zealand, the number of SAIC Maxus vehicles exceeded 60,000 units in November, reaching a new record high.
In November, SAIC Maxus T90 pickup officially started operation in Chile. In the country’s new energy vehicle market, SAIC Maxus EV30 beat all rivals and held a market share of 49%. Also in Chile, SAIC Maxus T60 ranks among the top three in the local pickup market. According to the latest statistics, the number of SAIC Maxus vehicles in operation has so far reached 30,000 units in Chile.