According to BYD Auto’s official news, the Yuan PLUS standard range version (NEDC 410KM) was recently officially launched in Thailand at a price of 1,099,900 baht (equivalent to about RMB 218,000).
As early as October 10 this year, the long-range version of Yuan PLUS (NEDC 480KM) was launched in Thailand, and the standard-range version is now released to bring diversified choices to Thai consumers and meet the needs of multiple scenarios.
In October, Yuan PLUS sold 27,548 units in a single month, of which 7,130 units were exported, accounting for about 25.9% of the sales of the model in a single month.
The two range versions have the same power parameters and are based on BYD’s pure electric platform e Platform 3.0, and are equipped with high-safety blade batteries. Compared to the long-range version, the standard range is more suitable for the car scene mainly for urban commuting and other short-distance travel crowds.
The company’s first overseas passenger car factory is located in Thailand, where Thailand has become one of the important automobile production bases in Southeast Asia. The first overseas passenger car plant of BYD is located in Thailand. Thailand is one of the first countries in Southeast Asia to launch favorable policies for electric vehicles.
As the first BYD passenger car model to go overseas, Yuan PLUS was launched in China in February this year, and then in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Cambodia and other markets.
The Yuan PLUS is based on BYD’s pure electric platform e Platform 3.0, which combines safety, efficiency, intelligence, and aesthetics. The exterior adopts Dragon Face 3.0 design language and the interior is designed with sports and fitness in mind. The car has been renamed by BYD and its local Thai dealer partner Rêver, taking into account the local characteristics of Thailand, with five color schemes named emerald, solar, lagoon, frost, and graphite. Related colors.