It’s no secret that electric cars are becoming increasingly popular, and the BMW Group is no exception. In the fourth quarter of 2020, the BMW Group reported a doubling in all-electric car sales compared to the same quarter in 2019. This was largely due to the launch of their new all-electric Mini Countryman, which helped drive an increase in other all-electric models like their i3 and i8. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at how BMW Group doubled their all-electric car sales in 2020 and what they have planned for 2022. We’ll also explore the implications of such a huge surge in electric vehicle sales on the industry as a whole.
The BMW Group’s all-electric car sales in Q4
The BMW Group’s all-electric car sales in Q4 were up 100% compared to the same period last year. The company sold a total of 8,360 all-electric cars in the quarter, which is more than double the 4,151 cars it sold in Q3.
This increase in sales is largely due to the introduction of the BMW i3, which was launched in October 2013. The i3 is the first mass-produced electric car from the BMW Group and has been very well received by customers and critics alike. In its first full quarter on sale, the i3 accounted for 6,092 of the BMW Group’s all-electric car sales.
The rest of the all-electric car sales were made up by the BMW ActiveE (1,268 units) and the MINI E (1,000 units). Both of these cars are part of pilot programs and are only available to lease customers in select markets.
The BMW Group’s all-electric car sales are expected to continue to grow in 2014 as more customers become aware of and interested in electric cars. With the launch of new models like the Audi A3 e-tron and Mercedes B-Class Electric Drive, competition in the segment is also likely to heat up, which should help drive even more sales.
The BMW Group’s all-electric car sales for the full year 2020
The BMW Group’s all-electric car sales for the full year 2020 totaled 38,687 vehicles, more than doubling the prior year’s total of 18,106. The strong performance was driven by the BMW i3 and MINI Cooper SE, both of which posted significant sales increases.
The BMW i3 had its best sales year ever, with 22,625 units sold (up from 9,375 in 2019). The MINI Cooper SE also had a strong year, with 16,062 units sold (up from 8,731 in 2019).
The BMW Group’s all-electric car sales are expected to continue to grow in 2021 as new models come to market. The BMW iX3 and i4 are both scheduled to launch in the first half of the year, while the all-new electric MINI will debut later in the year.
The BMW Group’s all-electric car sales target for 2022
The BMW Group sold a total of 4,107 all-electric cars in the first quarter of 2019, more than double the 1,941 sold in the same period last year. The company’s all-electric car sales target for 2022 is 20,000 units.
The BMW Group’s all-electric car sales target for 2022 is 20,000 units. This is more than double the 1,941 all-electric cars sold by the company in the first quarter of 2019. The increased sales are a result of the growing popularity of electric vehicles and the BMW Group’s commitment to producing more environmentally-friendly vehicles.