NIO owners have completed a total of 25 million battery swaps, and the delivery volume in July may exceed 15,000

NIO owners have completed 25M battery swaps, July deliveries may exceed 15K

【Phoneauto News】 On July 14th, phoneauto noticed that according to real-time monitoring data, NIO has completed a total of 25 million battery swaps as of 8:45 am today. Currently, NIO has built a total of 1553 battery swap stations nationwide, including 424 stations on highways. On average, each battery swap station has completed over 16,000 battery swap services. At the same time, NIO has 2797 charging stations and 16,626 charging piles, with 753,632 third-party charging piles connected.

According to the data released by NIO on July 1st, the cumulative monthly delivery volume of NIO in June 2023 was 10,707 vehicles, achieving a 74% MoM growth. Among them, the delivery volume of NIO’s high-end intelligent electric SUVs was 6,383 vehicles, and the delivery volume of high-end intelligent electric sedans was 4,324 vehicles. In addition, in the first six months of 2023, NIO’s cumulative delivery volume was 54,561 vehicles, with monthly delivery volumes exceeding 10,000 vehicles in February, March, and June. As of the end of June 2023, NIO’s cumulative historical delivery volume was 344,117 vehicles.

It is worth mentioning that NIO is dedicated to the construction of charging and battery swap networks. Previously, on June 30th, NIO announced the launch of 51 new charging and battery swap stations, including 29 NIO battery swap stations, 18 NIO supercharging stations, and 4 destination charging stations. This batch of charging and battery swap stations launched by NIO mainly focuses on Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Shanghai, Hunan, Chongqing, Guangdong, Shandong, Hebei, and other regions. Among them, four destination charging stations are located in Jinan, Shanghai, and other places.

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