Xpeng Motors on Tuesday reported better-than-expected third-quarter results buoyed by strong demand for its electric vehicles. The company delivered 25,666 cars in total during Q3, the highest number this quarter from any of China’s new breed of EV-only carmakers established since 2014. The company’s revenue of RMB 5.7 billion ($887.7 million) beat the analysts’ forecast average of RMB 5.2 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Xpeng chief executive He Xiaopeng said the company expects to deliver up to 36,500 vehicles in the Q4, while expanding its sales network to over 350 stores by year-end, up from 271 as of September. [Xpeng release]