Chinese electric Car companies Xpeng and Li Auto delivered a record number of cars in October, with Xpeng delivering 20,002 cars and Li Auto delivering 40,422 cars. Xpeng's deliveries were boosted by its G6 coupe SUV, while Li Auto's SUVs sell for over 300,000 yuan and come with a fuel tank to extend the battery's range. Nio delivered 16,074 cars in October, and other Chinese electric car brands also saw increased deliveries. Geely's Zeekr delivered 13,077 cars, Aito delivered 12,700 cars, and Aion sold 41,503 vehicles. BYD remained the market leader, selling 165,505 pure battery-powered cars in October.
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