Monthly and annual sales figures for the Denza D9 in China. The Denza D9 is the third model from Denza, which is a brand of the Shenzhen BYD-Daimler manufacturing Joint Venture, currently for 90% owned by BYD. Its first model was a 100% electric hatchback based on the platform of the Mercedes-Benz B-Class, followed by the Denza X, a PHEV and EV SUV based on the BYD Tang. The D9 is also available with Plug-in Hybrid and all-electric powertrains.
Prices of the PHEV versions range from 335,000 yuan (€ 45.700,- / US$ 48,000) to 445,000 yuan (€ 60.700,- / US$ 63,800), while the EV versions are priced from 390,000 yuan (€ 53.200,- / US$ 55,900) to 460,000 yuan (€ 62.800,- / US$ 65,900). An ultra-luxury four-seat, limited production (99 units) version costs 660,000 yuan (€ 90.000,- / US$ 94,600).
The EV version has a range of 620km thanks to a 103 kWh battery which offers up to 166kW fast charging. The hybrid models have a range between 945 and 1040km, of which 190km of pure electric range, and offer up to 80kW DC fast charging. Power comes from a 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol engine mated to an electric motor.