Tesla, NIO, XPeng, Li Auto, And BYD Deliveries: Winners And Losers

Oct. 05, 2022 8:15 AM ETAAPL, BRK.A, BRK.B, BYDDF, BYDDY, LI, NIO, TSLA, XPEV13 Comments


  • EV companies have recently announced their deliveries for September and the third quarter.
  • There were some surprises, such as Tesla's estimate miss.
  • BYD is growing at an extraordinary pace and has a massive backlog.
  • Which companies look good, and which ones look bad based on these recent results?
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Article Thesis

Many of the major auto companies have released their sales (deliveries) numbers for September and their respective third quarters. In this article, we'll look at how Tesla (TSLA) and its major competitors among the Chinese

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