BMW Group Doubles Sales Of Fully-Electric Vehicles

BMW Group Doubles Sales Of Fully-Electric Vehicles

Gerald Yuen
Gerald Yuen
14 Oct 2022

BMW Group has sold a total of 128,196 fully-electric BMW and MINI vehicles in the first nine months of 2022 – more than double its battery electric vehicle (BEV) sales in the same period last year (+114.8%). The company was able to translate strong interest in its fully-electric products into robust growth. In the third quarter, 52,306 all-electric BMW and MINI vehicles were delivered to customers (+121.6%).

Together with the BMW iX3, i4 and iX, BMW continues to drive growth, with particularly strong new orders. Additional momentum will come from the BMW brand’s two newest fully-electric models, the BMW i7 and the BMW iX1. Both models, like the all-electric long-wheelbase version of the 3 Series in China, are receiving very positive customer feedback. The all-electric MINI Cooper SE is also reporting strong growth and serves as an important pillar in the BMW Group’s fully-electric model line-up. The company is on track to double its sales of fully-electric vehicles in 2022.

BMW Group continues to expand its range of electric models at a rapid rate: 2023 will bring further models, including the BMW i5 and the pure battery-electric Rolls-Royce Spectre, which will celebrate its world premiere in October. With this fast-growing range of products and high demand, BMW Group intends to have more than two million fully-electric vehicles on the roads by the end of 2025.

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