Chinese electric car start-up Li Auto delivers more cars than Xpeng


The Li One electric car from Li Auto is displayed at the Moonstar Global Harbor shopping mall in Shanghai, China, May 10, 2021.

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BEIJING — Deliveries of what is essentially a hybrid electric car from U.S.-listed Li Auto surpassed those of rival start-up Xpeng for a second straight month in July.

Li Auto said Sunday it delivered 8,589 Li One vehicles in July, a monthly record. The Li One SUV is the company’s only model on the market. The car comes with a fuel tank for charging the battery, extending the 180-kilometer driving range by about 620 km (385.35 miles).

Xpeng said Monday it also delivered a monthly record of 8,040 vehicles — of which 75%…


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