• BMW Group reports a total sale 25,21,525 vehicles worldwide in 2021

Sales of BMW EVs has more than doubled with 1,03,855 units sold last year

BMW Group announces a strong year-on-year sales growth of 9.1 percent in 2021 that included BMW, Mini and Rolls-Royce. The company also reports 133.2 percent growth in the sales of electric vehicles. About 13 percent of BMW and MINI vehicles sold worldwide were electric with (23 percent in Europe)and every one in four vehicles sold in Germany was an electrified variant. BMW M division too posted all-time record sales with a total of 1,63,542 units sold. Rolls-Royce reported the highest sales in 117 years with 5,586 units sold worldwide. The too wheeler segment- BMW Motorrad too witnessed a record of 1,94,261 units sold, the best year ever in terms of sales.

BMW also announced its EV plan for India on a recent press event. Check web story here.

Pieter Nota, member, Board of Management, BMW AG said, “With more than 100,000 fully-electric vehicles sold last year, ramping up electromobility was our clear focus,”. The company is optimistic about the current year. “In 2022 we want to continue our profitable growth and we will systematically expand our range of fully-electric vehicles. We have set ourselves particularly ambitious growth targets in this area and aim to more than double our sales of fully-electric vehicles from last year,”

The Mini range will sell all-electric vehicles only by 2030 and over the next ten years, the company plans to sell a total of about ten million fully-electric vehicles.

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