BYD is a Chinese multinational company that operates in a variety of industries, including electric vehicles, energy storage systems, solar panels, and more. The company was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Shenzhen, China. BYD is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of electric vehicles and is known for producing a wide range of electric buses, taxis, and passenger cars. The company has also made significant investments in the development of energy storage systems, including batteries and solar panels. In addition to its operations in China, BYD has a significant presence in other countries around the world, including the United States, Canada, Japan, and Europe.
While the manufacturer of both electric buses and electric passenger vehicles is preparing the market entry to European and Australian markets with its Electric vehicles, it is at the same time ramping up production.
New vehicles such as the BYD Seal are moving to mass production and the demand for BYD vehicles is still very strong, with a high order backlog. New car factories are being built in China.
Gosavetime compiled an overview of the current 9 production facilities of BYD for vehicle production, of which 5 are operational and 4 are under construction.
|BYD Vehicle Production Location||Status||Remarks|
|Fuzhou||Construction||Acquired from Dorcen Motor, target of 2000000 vehicles p.a. (incl. BYD Dolphin)|
|Hefei||Operating||Since late June 2022|
|Zhengzhou||Construction||Expected in operating end of 20222|
|Jinan||Construction||Expected in operating end of 20222|
Since BYD is a highly integrated manufacturing company, they are well known for their battery cell production and in particular the Blade technology.
|BYD Battery Production Location||Annual capacity||Battery type|
|Huizhou city, Guangdong province||2 GWh||LFP|
|Shenzhen, Guangdong province||14 GWh||LFP / ternary|
|Xining city, Qinghai province||24 GWh||LFP / ternary|
|Bishan District, Chongqing city||35 GWh||Blade battery|
|Liangjiang Area, Chongqing city||10 GWh||n.a.|
|Xian city, Shaanxi province||30 GWh||Ternary, Blade expect.|
|Niangxiang city, Hunan province||20 GWh||Blade battery|
|Guiyang city, Guizhou province||10 GWh||Blade battery|
|Bengbu city, Anhui province||20 GWh||Blade battery|
|Changchun city, Jilin province||n.a. GWh||n.a.|
|Jinan city, Shangdong province||30 GWh||n.a.|