BMW Group doubles global EV sales in the first half of 2022
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BMW Group doubles global EV sales in the first half of 2022.

Next year, BMW Group will launch the BMW i5, the all-electric MINI Countryman, and the all-battery-electric Rolls-Royce Spectre.

The BMW Group is focusing on ramping up electric vehicle sales worldwide. In the first half of 2022, the BMW Group sold 75,891 fully-electric BMW and MINI vehicles worldwide.

The company plans to more than double last year’s sales of fully-electric vehicles and, after the first six months of 2022, is fully on track to achieve this goal.

The BMW Group’s new pure electric innovation flagships are in particularly high demand with customers. This is also confirmed by the order book for the fully-electric BMW i4, with more than 34,000 units ordered across Europe.

The company continues to expand its range of electric models at a rapid pace: This year, BMW launched the i3 (in China), the BMW iX1, and the BMW i7. Next year, the BMW i5, the all-electric MINI Countryman, and the all-battery-electric Rolls-Royce Spectre will follow.

With this fast-growing product line-up and high demand, the BMW Group aims to have more than two million fully-electric vehicles on the roads by the end of 2025.

The MINI brand will have an all-electric product range by the early 2030s, while Rolls-Royce will become an all-electric brand from 2030.

Pieter Nota, a member of the Board of Management of BMW AG, said: Despite a very challenging environment, we were able to more than double our sales of fully-electric vehicles worldwide in the first half of the year. It’s not just our electrified models that are inspiring customers around the globe: Thanks to our innovative and sustainable product line-up, the BMW brand was once again number one worldwide in the premium automotive segment in the first half of the year.

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BMW Group doubles global EV sales in the first half of 2022
BMW EV Sales doubles in the first half of 2022, compared to last year.

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