In 2022, the BMW Group sold a total of 215,755 fully electric vehicles of the BMW and Mini brands, more than double what it was in 2021. At the end of 2022, the Group also managed to sell 500,000. All-electric vehicle delivery to the customer.
In 2021 as a whole, BMW still had 103,855 battery electric vehicles. Thus, the year 2022 corresponds to a growth of 107.7 percent. With approximately 2.4 million BMW Group vehicles sold in 2022, electric vehicles accounted for around nine percent. For 2023, the group aims for a 15 percent share of all-electric vehicles in total sales.
The BMW brand sold 372,956 electric vehicles (including plug-in hybrids) last year, up 35.6 percent from 2021. If you subtract 172,001 battery electric vehicles (from the 215,755 electric vehicles group-wide, you should You have to subtract 43,744 mini BEVs), leaving 200,955 BMW plug-in hybrids. This means that the ratio among new BMW cars equipped with the plug-in is 54:46 in favor of the PHEV.
The number of electrified Mini models (including PHEV) sold increased by 14.3 percent to 60,839 passenger cars and reached around 21 percent of the brand’s total global sales in 2022. The all-electric Mini Cooper SE was also the brand’s best-selling model . in 2022. Last year, 43,744 units of the Mini Cooper SE were sold worldwide, an increase of 25.5 percent over the previous year.
BMW does not specify the distribution between individual series, nor the distribution of BEV sales among individual sales regions. The latter is only available for the entire BMW range in all drive types. How BMW’s electric cars sold in China or the United States, for example, is unknown at this point.
Our robust product range is the best answer to a challenging environment. This means that we again more than doubled sales of fully electric vehicles in 2022. We are confident that we will continue this success story in 2023. Because we continue to Having a high level of incoming orders, especially for our all-electric models,” says Nota.
After phasing out the i3 this year (the top-ranked electric BMW remains in Germany’s KBA registration stats), the Munich-based company now offers the iX1, iX3, i4, iX and i7 as BEV models. This year, the i5 will be offered as a 5-series electric model.
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