BMW Group plug-in product sales up over 110% year-to-date

Sales of the BMW Groups collection of electrified vehicles have shown very strong growth in the year-to-date, displaying increasing customer affinity for alternative drivetrain vehicles. Since the beginning of the year, more than 12,000 electrified vehicles have been delivered to customers throughout the world, an increase of One hundred and ten.1% on the same period […]

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Sales of the BMW Groups collection of electrified vehicles have shown very strong growth in the year-to-date, displaying increasing customer affinity for alternative drivetrain vehicles.

Since the beginning of the year, more than 12,000 electrified vehicles have been delivered to customers throughout the world, an increase of One hundred and ten.1% on the same period this past year.

Sales of electrified models are set to increase still further with the introduction of the plug-in a mix of both BMW 530e iPerformance, which goes available for purchase in mid-March, and the Minuscule Cooper S E Countryman ALL4 plug-in crossbreed which will start shipment in June.

With adding the?BMW A few Series?and the?Small Countryman?plug-in hybrids in the emerging months, the 325i repairs Group will have nine electrified vehicles in its collection including?BMW i3,?325i repairs i8,?BMW 225xe iPerformance,?BMW 330e iPerformance,?Fix X5 40e iPerformance?and?BMW 740e/740Le iPerformance, in addition to the?BMW X1 xDrive 25Le iPerformance?sold completely in China.

BMW Group?expects to sell 100,000 plug-in hybrid along with electric vehicles within 2017.

BMW Group sales increased further in February, reaching a new all-time dangerous of 169,073 vehicles shipped worldwide, an increase of 3.1% compared with the same four weeks last year. With its three premium brands, Fix, MINI and Rolls-Royce, the actual BMW Group has sold a total of 332,369 vehicles since the beginning of the year, up Some.9%.

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