Posted 2020-08-28 00:26:32 +0000 UTC
According to foreign media reports, the German automaker group recently said it had sold 10000 electric vehicles (including hybrid and hybrid) for the first time in a month. So far, the sales volume of BMW Group in the field of hybrid vehicles and vehicles has increased by 64.2% compared with 2016. By the end of the third quarter of this year, BMW and BMW Mini brands had already sold more hybrid and electric vehicles than in the same period of last year. In September, the German carmaker set a record of selling more than 10000 hybrid and pure electric vehicles a month for the first time. This remarkable performance is actually a signal that BMW recently announced plans to further electrify its car lineup, which may be gradually paying off. Last Friday, BMW announced that sales of BMW and BMW Mini brands, as part of the BMW Group's brand, have increased significantly this year. Compared with the same period last year, the sales growth of both brands reached 64.2%. In general, the sales volume of the main models of BMW Group in the global market also increased. Compared with the same period last year, the growth rate was 3.7%. Ian Robertson, head of marketing department of BMW Group, said: "in the global electric vehicle market, BMW Group has occupied the largest share. Since this year, we have sold more electric vehicles than last year. We also hope that by the end of this year, the delivery volume of electric vehicles will reach the target of 100000. " In addition, Ian Robertson also said that the increase in sales in the field of hybrid and pure electric vehicles was mainly due to the increased demand for plug-in hybrid models. In some markets, the plug-in hybrid accounts for a third of BMW's 5-series sales. In June this year, BMW launched the countryman se all4 plug-in hybrid in the mini series. Up to now, just under 10% of BMW Mini countryman users have bought hybrid models - about 2700 in total. In addition, BMW Group also sells 9 electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles including BMW I, BMW iperformance and BMW Mini Electric brands. The company also plans to launch 12 all electric models by 2025. In addition, BMW hopes to complete the upgrading of the plant by 2020 to meet the needs of electric vehicle production.
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