BMW Group sales boost serve in July

Posted on 13. Aug, 2019 by in BMW Canada

Munich. BMW Group sales continued their positive
trend in July: worldwide deliveries were adult 1.3% on a same month
final year, with a sum of 183,487 reward BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce
vehicles sold. This brings a company’s sum sales for a year to
date to 1,436,382 (+0.9%). This enlargement was achieved notwithstanding ongoing
sensitivity in several markets around a world.

 

“In a rarely rival and severe tellurian market, a new model
rollout continues to have a certain impact on a sales result, with
new highs available both in a month and a year to date. This year,
a BMW code is rising 21 new or revised models and those already
on a marketplace are proof really renouned with customers,” said
Pieter Nota, member of a BMW AG Board of
Management obliged for Customer, Brands and Sales. “Sales of our
BMW X vehicles are adult over 27% in July; a launch of a new BMW X6
after this year is a final step in a finish renovation and
enlargement of this hugely successful operation of vehicles. Meanwhile the
pioneering BMW i3 is some-more renouned than ever, with sales achieving
double-digit enlargement once again in July.”

Overall sales of BMW code vehicles grew by 1.6% in
July, with a sum of 157,062 delivered to business worldwide in the
month. That outcome brings a brand’s sales sum for a initial seven
months of a year to 1,233,075 / +1.6%. Both sum paint new
highs for a brand. The new or revised BMW X vehicles continue to be
a brand’s biggest enlargement drivers, with tellurian sales of a BMW X2 up
43.6% in July, while sales of a BMW X3 rose by 56.7%. In total,
72,147 BMW X vehicles were delivered to business worldwide in the
month, accounting for 45.9% of a brand’s altogether sales.

 

Almost 6 years after it was initial launched, sales of a innovative
BMW i3 achieved double-digit enlargement in Jul with 2,691 vehicles
(+12.6%) delivered to business worldwide. Ahead of a upcoming
marketplace launch of a new BMW 330e* plug-in hybrid, altogether sales of
BMW Group electrified vehicles were reduce than in
Jul final year, with 10,069 (-5.4%) fully-electric and plug-in hybrid
BMW and MINI code vehicles delivered worldwide. As good as the
electrified BMW 3 Series, this year will also see a launch of the
new BMW X5 xDrive45e* plug-in hybrid and a fully-electric MINI
Cooper SE*, that has generated poignant patron seductiveness given it
was initial suggested in July. By 2023, a BMW Group will have 25
electrified models on a market, some-more than half of that will be
entirely electric.

 

In a rarely rival segment, and with a association progressing its
concentration on profitability, MINI code sales were during the
prior year’s turn in Jul with a sum of 26,031 (‑0.8%) delivered
worldwide. Sales in a year to date totalled 200,379 (‑3.5%).

 

BMW Motorrad sales continue to grow strongly, with
year-to-date deliveries adult 7.3% (109,280). In July, a sum of 16,092
(+8.3%) reward BMW Motorrad motorcycles and maxi scooters were
delivered to business around a world.

 

BMW sales in a regions/markets

Despite a several headwinds now inspiring a automotive
industry, in Jul a BMW code once again achieved increasing sales in
a 3 largest markets. The code achieved a sixth true month
of enlargement in a USA (23,015 / +4.7%) and double-digit enlargement in both
Mainland China (51,377 / +16.4%) and Germany (24,039 / +28.1%**).
While a tellurian marketplace sourroundings looks set to sojourn highly
rival and volatile, a BMW Group expects to grasp a slight
boost in sales in 2019. The association continues to follow its
plan of prioritising profitability before volume.

 

BMW MINI sales during a glance

**Provisional registration figures

 

 

BMW Group sales in/ytd Jul 2019 during a glance


 

***fully electric and plug-in hybrid BMW and MINI vehicles

 

 

If we have any queries, greatfully contact:

 

Corporate Communications

 

Christina Hepe, Corporate Communications

christina.hepe@bmw.de
, Telephone:

+49-89-382-38770

 

Mathias Schmidt, Head of Corporate and Culture Communications

mathias.m.schmidt@bmwgroup.com,
Telephone:

+49-89-382-24544

 

Media website: www.press.bmwgroup.com

Email: presse@bmwgroup.com

 

 

The BMW Group

 

With a 4 brands BMW, MINI, Rolls-Royce and BMW Motorrad, a BMW
Group is a world’s heading reward manufacturer of automobiles and
motorcycles and also provides reward financial and mobility services.
The BMW Group prolongation network comprises 31 prolongation and assembly
comforts in 15 countries; a association has a tellurian sales network in
some-more than 140 countries.

In 2018, a BMW Group sole over 2,490,000 newcomer vehicles and
some-more than 165,000 motorcycles worldwide. The distinction before taxation in the
financial year 2018 was € 9.815 billion on revenues amounting to
€ 97.480 billion. As of 31 Dec 2018, a BMW Group had a
workforce of 134,682 employees.

The success of a BMW Group has always been formed on long-term
meditative and obliged action. The association has therefore established
ecological and amicable sustainability via a value chain,
extensive product shortcoming and a transparent joining to
conserving resources as an constituent partial of a strategy.

 

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