XPeng will launch two new models in 2023 and revamp three existing older models with a goal of delivering 200,000 vehicles for the year, local media reported.

XPeng chairman and CEO He Xiaopeng revealed the goal in an internal all-staff letter on January 28, according to a report. In his letter, Mr. He reviewed XPeng's 2022 and listed new vehicle plans, delivery targets and internal expectations for 2023, according to the report.

XPeng offered only one new model, the G9, in 2022, and its deliveries only began in late October. The company's delivery performance was weak in the second half of last year, with October deliveries down 50 percent to just 5,101 units. The company delivered 11,292 vehicles in December, bringing its deliveries since inception to 258,710. In 2022, XPeng delivered 120,757 units, up 23 percent from 98,155 units in 2021.

In his letter today, Mr. He said XPeng is aiming for cumulative deliveries of 450,000 vehicles in 2023, or nearly 200,000 vehicles in 2023.

To reach its sales target, XPeng will offer many new models in 2023. XPeng will revamp three models on sale this year -- the P7, G3i and P5 -- with the P7 facelift expected to debut in March this year. The company will also launch two new models this year, both of them based on the 800V high-voltage platform, the report said, citing multiple sources.

One of the models is the G7, a five-seat SUV based on XPeng's F platform with a starting price of RMB 200,000-250,000, which is expected to be unveiled at this year's Shanghai auto show, according to the report. Another new model from XPeng is an MPV, internally codenamed H93, based on the H platform, with production scheduled to begin in September this year.

XPeng was also previously working on a large SUV based on the F platform, internally codenamed F62, to take on the Audi Q7. But sources close to the company said the F62 model has now been canceled, according to the report.

In the five-seat SUV market, the XPeng G9 and G7 will meet the NIO ES6 and ES7 as well as Li Auto's Li L7.

In the MPV market, XPeng's new model codenamed H93 will meet Li Auto's all-electric vehicle, the report said.