BMW Group achieved in 2019 with deliveries best brand

10.1.2020 Munich. The BMW Group has achieved in the past year, with 2.520.307 (+1,2%) delivered worldwide vehicles of the brands BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce for the ninth Time in a row, a new record. The brands of BMW, Rolls-Royce and BMW Motorrad recorded values, 2019, each new maximum.

Sales of electrified vehicles of the BMW and MINI brands could also be increased. Overall, the BMW Group has sold worldwide up to the end of 2019, half a Million electrified vehicles. In 2019, the BMW Group has its Position as the world’s leading Premium automotive manufacturer to 16. Times in a row confirmed.


“It is thanks to our large-scale model offensive again managed our sales in 2019 to a new maximum value to increase”, – said Pieter Nota, member of the Board of management of BMW AG, responsible for customer, brand and sales. “This confirms our strategic approach of the “Power of Choice”, with our customers at the model of your choice the optimal drive type can choose. So we meet the individual mobility needs of our customers worldwide,“ said Nota more.


Confidence for 2020: continuation of the sales growth sought

For the year 2020, the BMW Group expects to increase its sales in the framework of the model offensive again. “I am confident that we will lead our success rate in the current year to continue to profitably grow. We strive to 2020, the BMW Group on the whole, a slight sales increase,“ said Pieter Nota.


Growth in the BMW X models and in the luxury segment

The brand BMW achieved worldwide with 2.168.516 (+2,0%) vehicles have been delivered in the past year, a new record. The new or revised BMW X models accounted for a sales increase of total 21.0% (958.732 vehicles) significantly to the positive development. Thanks to the new BMW 8-series, the new BMW 7 series and the all-new BMW X7 could be increased in addition, sales in the luxury segment for the full year compared to the previous year, with plus and 66.0% (105.331 vehicles) significantly. By 2020, the BMW Group is planning to double the sales in the luxury class compared to 2018.


Electrified models in each vehicle class

As a pioneer of E-mobility, the BMW Group has delivered world-now already half a Million electrified vehicles. In 2019, have been sold worldwide, a total of 145.815 electrified BMW and MINI vehicles, an increase of 2.2% compared to the previous year. The brand BMW i with the BMW i3 and BMW i8 has continued its positive sales trend from last year, (42.073 units, +12.1%) and. The Plug-in Hybrid, MINI Cooper S Countryman ALL4* achieved in 2019, a sales increase of 28.1 %. With the introduction of the new BMW 330e*, the BMW X5 xDrive45e* as well as the BMW X3 Plug-in Hybrid and pure electric MINI Electric*, the BMW Group has expanded its range of electrified vehicles, in the meantime, on twelve models.

BMW 330e sedan
Sedan: combined fuel consumption: from 1.7 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 39 g/km (provisional figures)


By 2023, the BMW Group plan, your vehicle range of 25 electrified vehicles are expanding, including more than half full electric. In the year 2021 will helped be electrified in Europe is expected to be a quarter of the of the BMW Group vehicles sold, by 2025, one-third by 2030 of.


2019 for the BMW M GmbH’s most successful year of all time

The past year what with a sales increase of 32.2% (135.826 deliveries), the most successful year in the almost fifty year history of the BMW M GmbH. In the year 2019, the largest number of emotional M has been introduced High-Performance models: in addition to the BMW X models, X3 M, X4 M, X5 M and X6 M, the M2, CS*, as well as the luxury-class sports car, the M8 coupe, M8 Cabrio and M8 Gran coupe celebrated their debut.


MINI John Cooper Works models popular with customers. Large interest in MINI ELECTRIC


In a highly competitive Segment and with a view to profitable sales development what is the number of deliveries of MINI vehicles last year in 346.639 units (-4,1%). Special encouragement is also recorded in 2019, the John Cooper Works models, as well as the Plug-in Hybrid, MINI Cooper S Countryman ALL4*, of the 16.932 vehicles were delivered to customers. Since the end of 2019, the all-electric MINI ELECTRIC* complements the model range of the brand MINI. Over 90,000 registered users, reflects the great interest of the customers of this all-electric vehicle.


Rolls-Royce Motor Cars recorded the best sales of all times

In the year 2019, scored Rolls-Royce Motor Cars worldwide 5.152 units (+25.4%) and the highest sales in the 116-year history of the brand. In all regions globally strong sales gains. North America what is again the most important market. The past year what in the world is characterized by extraordinary demand for the Cullinan and Black Badge models. The demand for the Phantom, Wraith and Dawn continued. In his eleventh and last year at the end of 2019 has been set for the production of the current Ghost. The new Ghost will come in the fourth quarter of this year on the market. In 2019 all-time highs were also achieved in the case of Bespoke orders for a tailor-made personalization, which is manifested by the Position of Rolls-Royce as a true luxury house.


BMW Motorrad achieved for the ninth Time in a row with record sales

So , BMW Motorrad delivered in 2019, again, more motorcycles and Maxi scooters to customers than ever before. Over the entire range of products across the sales of the brand rose by 5.8% to a total of 175.162 vehicles. The Sales in 2019, underpinned the successful growth strategy of BMW Motorrad. The guarantors for the re-record of the year, the launch of seven new models, as well as the BMW Motorrad product portfolio.


BMW & MINI sales in the regions/markets


In China the BMW Group in 2019 with 723.680 delivered BMW and MINI vehicles, an increase of 13.1% compared to the previous year. Thus, the company has achieved since its market entry in China in 1994, the best sales result of all times.


So, in the USA, the BMW Group in 2019 with a plus of 1.8% and 360.918 units, setting a new maximum value is reached. The brand BMW led the Premium Segment in the US market.


In Europe , total sales for BMW and MINI in the face of political and economic uncertainty in several markets slightly below the previous year’s level. This BMW has been able to increase its market share in the United Kingdom increase. On the German home market, the company had 331.370 vehicles delivered, an increase of 3.8% compared to the previous year. In Germany, the BMW Group was able to expand its market leadership in the area of electric mobility** in the past year.


BMW Group sales in/by December 2019, at a glance


December 2019
Compared to the previous year, %

December 2019
Compared to the previous year, %

BMW Group Automobiles


  • BMW M GmbH



BMW Group electrified*

-26.7 q

BMW motorcycle

*BMW i, BMW iPerformance, MINI Electric



BMW & MINI sales in the regions/markets


December 2019
Compared to the previous year, %
To/by December 2019
Compared to the previous year, %


  • Germany*

Of +10.4


  • China



  • USA


*Preliminary Registration Figures



Sales Outlook for 2020

The BMW Group is aiming for in the current year, a slight increase in the global sales of. On the Chinese mainland expected, the BMW Group is for 2020, a solid sales growth. Locally produced BMW vehicles will be the main growth driver, in particular, the new BMW 3 series and the two X-models of BMW X2, which will be produced in September 2019, locally in China, and the BMW X3, which will be starting in 2020 pure electric drive available


For Europe, expect the BMW Group in the year 2020 due to a gloomy economic environment, a sales growth on the previous year’s level.


In the U. S. the company expects in the current year with a slight sales plus. Back to wind is likely to come models, in particular, of the new or revised BMW X.



* * Source: IHS, Markit, New Registrations BEV+PHEV combined. December 2019 the report.


CO2 emissions & fuel consumption.

MINI Cooper S Countryman ALL4: combined fuel consumption: 2,1-1,9 l/100 km; power consumption combined: 13,9-13,5 kWh/100 km, CO2-emissions combined: 47-43 g/km

BMW 330e sedan: fuel consumption combined: a 1.9-1.6 l/100 km; power consumption combined: 15.4 to a 14.8 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 43-37 g/km

BMW X5 xDrive45e: fuel consumption combined: 2,0-1,7 l/100 km; power consumption combined: 23,5-21,5 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 47-39 g/km

BMW X3 xDrive30e: fuel consumption combined: a 2.4-2.1 l/100 km; power consumption combined: 17,2-16,4 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 54-49 g/km

MINI Cooper SE: fuel consumption combined: 0.0 l/100 km; power consumption combined: 16,8-14,8 kWh/100 km, CO2-emissions combined: 0 g/km

BMW M2 of CS: fuel consumption combined: 10.4-10.2 l/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 238-233 g/km.

The BMW 330e sedan (03/2019).
Fuel consumption combined: a 1.9-1.6 l/100 km; CO2 emissions from fuel combined: 43-37 g/km (provisional figures)

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