Li Auto Posts Sharp Rise In Li ONE Sales For Q2; Stocks Up In Pre-market

Li Auto Inc. (LI), a Chinese electric vehicle maker, said on Friday that it has reported a significant rise in the sales of its Li ONE, a six-seat premium electric SUV for the second quarter and for the month of June.

For the quarter, the automaker delivered 28,687 units of Li ONE, a rise of 63.2 percent compared with the same period last year.

For the month of June, the company sold 13,024 units of the model, up 68.9 percent compared with the same month of 2021.

The cumulative deliveries of Li ONE have reached 184,491 since the vehicle's market debut in 2019.

Shares of Li Auto were trading up 2.09 percent at $38.31 in pre-market on the Nasdaq.

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