BYD rolls out 500,000th ATTO 3 model from China

This comes just 19 months after its launch.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 21 Sep 2023 Views icon3749 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
BYD rolls out 500,000th ATTO 3 model from China

BYD has rolled out its 500,000th ATTO 3 model today from China. As the first model for the global market, the BYD ATTO 3 has quickly become the best-selling New electric vehicle (NEV) in multiple countries, including India, Singapore, New Zealand, Brazil, Thailand, Israel, and Sweden, it said in a press release. 

The BYD ATTO 3 has held the top spot in Israel’s NEV sales for nine consecutive months and is currently Thailand’s best-selling pure electric vehicle as of July 2023, underscoring the EV manufacturer's growing influence and success in the global automotive market. 

The BYD ATTO 3 is a pioneering e-SUV that showcases BYD’s cutting-edge technology e-Platform 3.0, delivering outstanding performance in terms of intelligence, efficiency, safety, and aesthetics. Providing further urban appeal, the model is equipped with the BYD Blade Battery which offers a great blend of security and range.

In 2022, it ceased production of ICE vehicles to focus solely on BEVs and PHEVs, resulting in 1.86 million new energy passenger vehicle sales and securing its position as the world's top-selling automaker in NEVs. 

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