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GM Q2 Sales in China: Growing NEV Lineup and Deliveries

SHANGHAI – General Motors and its joint ventures delivered nearly 373,000 vehicles in China in the second quarter of 2024.

Sales of new energy vehicles (NEVs) increased 24.1% on an annual basis to over 143,000 units, including both pure battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrids (PHEVs), to meet increasingly diversified consumer needs.

NEVs accounted for a record 38% of GM’s total China deliveries in Q2, providing momentum to build upon further in 2024 with an intensive NEV launch cadence.

Q2 Performance by Brand

  • Buick deliveries exceeded 81,000 units. The GL8 family, with the nameplate’s first plug-in hybrid variant joining in Q2, strengthened its strong position in the MPV segment with nearly 20,000 units sold. Sales of the VELITE 6 EV more than tripled to more than 17,000 units.
  • Cadillac deliveries surpassed 29,000 units. The CT5 luxury sedan continued to be the brand’s top performer, selling more than 16,000 units. The OPTIQ was launched as the second Ultium-based Cadillac in China in Q2, adding to the EV momentum built by the LYRIQ in the luxury SUV segment.
  • Chevrolet deliveries neared 10,000 units. The Monza sedan remained the brand’s top seller in China. The Tahoe, a long-time best-selling full-size SUV in the U.S., will be officially launched later this year in China through GM’s premium import platform, The Durant Guild.
  • SAIC-GM-Wuling delivered over 252,000 units. The Wuling Bin Guo EV and the Wuling Hong Guang MINIEV collectively sold approximately 78,000 units. The Wuling Xing Guang (PHEV and BEV) together reached nearly 20,000 units in sales.

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GM China Communications 

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