In 2020, BYD entered the Mongolian passenger car market, and has since released a number of pure electric models such as the T3, BYD TANG EV, HAN EV, and BYD Dolphin, which are well received by Mongolian consumers. At present, BYD’s market share in Mongolia’s new energy vehicles is 87%, and the market share of pure electric vehicles is 58%.
Judging from the pictures, the YUAN PLUS sold in Mongolia is the same as the China version, but the word “YUAN” on China version has been replaced with the brand badge of “BYD”.
Two days ago, BYD YUAN PLUS just debuted at the Paris Auto Show under the name of ATTO 3. Before that, its pre-sale price announced in Germany was 38,000 euros. After the Paris Auto Show debut, ATTO 3 will be delivered to European countries, including Norway, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, the United Kingdom and other countries.