BYD Seal Bookings Cross 1,000 Units Within 3 Months

Bookings for the Seal opened in late February with the first 500 units booked within 2 weeks.

By car&bike Team


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Published on May 20, 2024

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  • Last 500 bookings come in about 2 months
  • The Seal is BYD's most expensive model in the Indian market
  • Offered in three variants with prices starting at Rs 41 lakh (ex-showroom)

BYD India has revealed that its Seal electric sedan has received over 1,000 bookings in the market. Bookings for the sedan opened a little under 3 months back, in late February 2024 with the sedan launched in India in early March. BYD had previously reported achieving the 500 unit booking mark in mid-March – around 2 months back.


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The Seal is BYD’s most expensive EV to hit Indian markets with prices ranging from Rs 41 lakhs up to Rs 53 lakh (ex-showroom). The all-electric sedan is offered in three variants ranging from single and dual-motor powertrain options. The sedan gets two-rear wheel drive options – the base Dynamic trim comes with a 201 bhp and 310 Nm electric motor which makes way for a stronger 308 bhp and 360 Nm unit in the Premium trim. The top-spec Performance trim features a dual-motor setup pushing out a combined 523 bhp and 670 Nm.


Also Read: BYD Seal Crosses 500 Bookings In India In Two Weeks Since Launch


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The Dynamic trim also packs in the smallest battery pack at 61.4 kWh while the Premium and Performance both use a larger 82.5 kWh pack. Claimed range varies between 510 km and 650 km depending on the variant selected.


Also read: BYD Seal Review: Pure Electric Fun With 650 Km Range

Coming to the features, the Seal packs in standard kit such as nine airbags, traction control, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, powered front seat with heating and ventilated functions, a 15.6-inch touchscreen and dual-zone climate control. Higher variants add in tech such as a head-up display, a torque vectoring system, a driver seat memory function and adaptive dampers.


The Seal lacks a direct rival in the Indian market with the model notably undercutting its nearest competitor – the BMW i4.

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