Li Auto Says Orders For Newly Launched SUV Li L9 Crossed 30K Mark In 3 Days; Stocks Up In Pre-market

Li Auto Inc. (LI), a Chinese electric vehicles maker, on Friday announced that the orders for its flagship smart SUV- Li L9 have crossed 30,000 mark in three days since the vehicle was launched for the public.

In the pre-market trading Friday, the company's shares were trading up by 4.41 percent at $40.97.

The Chinese company had launched new vehicle model on June 21. It is a six-seat, full-size flagship SUV, offering superior space and comfort for family users.

"Its self-developed flagship range extension and chassis systems provide excellent drivability with a CLTC range of 1,315 kilometers and a WLTC range of 1,100 kilometers," the company said.

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