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BYD Marks Milestone with Delivery of First Batch of ATTO 3 Energy Passenger Cars in Hungary

Budapest, February 25, 2024, The Europe Today: Chinese automaker BYD has reached a significant milestone with the delivery of its first batch of the new BYD ATTO 3 energy passenger cars in Hungary. This marks a pivotal moment in BYD’s expansion and development within the Central and Eastern European market, signaling its commitment to delivering cutting-edge automotive solutions globally.

Since making its entry into the Hungarian market in October 2023, BYD’s passenger car business has undergone rapid growth and development. Collaborating closely with major local dealers, the company is dedicated to providing consumers in Hungary with a seamless experience, ranging from car purchase consultations to after-sales maintenance services.

At present, BYD boasts three flagship stores strategically located in Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Looking ahead, the company is set to further strengthen its presence by expanding its sales and service network across the country. BYD aims to increase the number of stores in Hungary to six by the end of 2024, demonstrating its commitment to accessibility and customer satisfaction.

BYD’s commitment to innovation and sustainability aligns with the increasing global demand for energy-efficient and eco-friendly transportation solutions. The BYD ATTO 3, with its advanced energy features, represents a compelling choice for environmentally conscious consumers in Hungary and beyond.

BYD’s recent data highlights the company’s remarkable export growth, surging by approximately 334 percent to over 240,000 units in 2023 alone. This expansion has positioned BYD as a major player in the automotive industry, with a presence in more than 70 countries and regions spanning six continents.

The delivery of the first batch of BYD ATTO 3 energy passenger cars in Hungary not only marks a triumph for the company but also symbolizes a new era of sustainable and innovative mobility in the Central and Eastern European region.