On August 22nd, BYD officially announced that it will showcase six electric vehicles and new technologies at the IAA 2023 in Munich. It will also debut its luxury sub-brand Denza to European audiences for the first time, with a focus on showcasing the Denza D9.
BYD will launch the Seal U in Europe for the first time. The new car has two versions: Comfort and Design. The Comfort version is equipped with a 71.8kW blade battery, with a WLTP range of 420 kilometers; while the Design version is equipped with an 87kWh battery, with a WLTP range of 500 kilometers.
At the same time, the Seal EV is expected to be launched in sync with the Seal U this autumn. These models will join the Dolphin, Tang, and ATTO 3 that are currently being sold in the European Union. By the end of this year, BYD’s total number of vehicle models will reach six.