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BMW Group Sold 2,324,809 Vehicles Across Its Rolls-Royce, BMW And Mini Brands In 2020

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BMW Group Sold 2,324,809 Vehicles Across Its Rolls-Royce, BMW And Mini Brands In 2020 - autojosh

BMW Group sold 2,324,809 vehicles in 2020 across its Rolls-Royce, BMW and Mini brands, which is 7.2% fewer than 2019.

The BMW brand finished the year with a total of 2,028,659 (-7.2%);

MINI brand sales reached 292,394 units (-15.8%) while the Rolls-Royce brand sold a total of 3,756 motor cars (-26.4%).

 





BMW Group Sold 2,324,809 Vehicles Across Its Rolls-Royce, BMW And Mini Brands In 2020 - autojosh

The German autogiant BMW Group finished the year with a total of 2,324,809 BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce vehicles delivered to customers worldwide in 2020.

Its full-year sales figures was 8.4% fewer than the total sales in 2019 due to the impact of the pandemic and associated factory lockdowns.

Despite the lockdowns, a total of 686,069 vehicles were sold at Group level in the fourth quarter; an increase of three percent (+3.2%) year-on-year.

 

BMW Group sold 2,324,809 vehicles across its Rolls-Royce, BMW and Mini brands in 2020

Pieter Nota, Member of the Board of Management of BMW AG responsible for Customer, Brands and Sales, said :





“We responded to the effects of the corona pandemic with great agility in sales management and production. As a result, we succeeded in concluding the year with a strong fourth quarter and once again we lead the premium segment worldwide,”

BMW Group Sold 2,324,809 Vehicles Across Its Rolls-Royce, BMW And Mini Brands In 2020 - autojosh

The BMW brand finished the year with a total of 2,028,659 (-7.2%) vehicles delivered to customers worldwide. MINI brand sales reached 292,394 units (-15.8%) while the Rolls-Royce brand sold a total of 3,756 motor cars (-26.4%).

According to BMW, a total of 192,646 electrified BMW and MINI models was sold worldwide in 2020, an increase of 31.8 percent compared to 2019.

Fully electric vehicles gained 13% in 2020, while plug-in hybrid vehicles saw an increase of 38.9% in 2020 across the group’s brands.





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