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Yesterday, a BYD Atto 3 caught fire while plugged in to a DC fast charger outside a supermarket in Thailand. The car is still using its temporary red registration plate, which in Thailand, means that the car is less than 6 months old (owners of new cars have a 6-month grace period to register their car). The fire and rescue department came and put out the fire, which originated from the frontal part of the vehicle – where the inverter, coolant piping, 12V auxiliary batttery, and high voltage cab
The 2024 BYD Seal has managed to amass over 1,300 bookings in Malaysia in just four days, making it one of the hottest BEV cars to have ever entered the market. Due to the overwhelming demand for the BEV sedan, official distributor Sime Darby Beyond Auto, has once again announced the extension of its early bird promo campaign until 3-March, 2024. This comes after quickly exhausting the initial 1,100 early bird promo packages. Also read: Watch out Model 3 - BYD Seal launched in Malaysia, from RM
It took just 2 days to receive the first 800 bookings for the 2024 BYD Seal, marking a stellar start for the EV sports sedan that was launched last week. In line with this Sime Darby Beyond Auto, the official distributor of BYD cars in Malaysia will offer an additional 300 BYD Seal Early Bird special packages which includes a complimentary Wall Charger and RM 800 in Gentari/ChargEV charging credits. Also read: Watch out Model 3 - BYD Seal launched in Malaysia, from RM 179k, up to 530 PS/670 Nm T
Malaysia’s tax exemption (import and excise duty) for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) will expire as planned on 31-December 2025, and BEV manufacturers are encouraged to invest in local production, said Tengku Datuk Seri Utama Zafrul Minister of Investment, Trade & Industry, at the launch of the BYD Seal this morning. Tengku Zafrul said sales of BEVs have increased by more than four folds last year, from around 3,000 units in 2022 to 13,000 units in 2023. “I believe BYD’s brand registered the h
Sime Darby Beyond Auto, the official distributor of BYD cars in Malaysia, has launched the BYD Seal. Fully imported (CBU) from China, this model offers three variants with starting prices from: Premium RWD - RM 179,800 (RM 180,430 OTR without insurance) Performance AWD - RM 199,800 (RM 200,430 OTR without insurance) Starting with the Premium RWD variant, it gets an 82.5 kWh LFP Blade battery, offering an estimated range of 570 km (WLTP) and a 313 PS/360 Nm rear-mounted motor. The range-topping P
Just before the BYD Seal is launched in Malaysia later this week, Indonesia has announced pricing for the model: starting from IDR 629 million (~RM 192k) for the Premium variant, and IDR 719 million (~RM 220k) for the top-spec Performance variant. The battery-electric sedan is the priciest BYD model on sale there, 18% pricier than the Atto 3 (~RM 158k), and 32% higher than the Dolphin that's priced from IDR 425 million (~RM 130k). In the archipelago, the BYD Seal comes in 3 flavours: the range s

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BYD Car FAQs in Malaysia

How much is a BYD car in Malaysia?

The cheapest BYD car price is the BYD Dolphin RM 99,900 and the highest price is the BYD ATTO 3 RM 167,800

How many models does BYD have?

BYD has 5 models and 4 variants for you to choose from.

Does BYD have an SUV model?

BYD SUV Cars: BYD ATTO 3, BYD E6, BYD TANG