MUNICH – Thanks to a significant increase in China and the US, the carmaker BMW sold more vehicles in October. The Dax Group sold 204,295 vehicles worldwide, 1.7 percent more than a year earlier, as BMW announced on Friday in Munich.
The Munichers reported positive numbers with regard to their electric cars, whose sales increased by 8.6 percent. BMW sales director Pieter Nota pointed out that the Group has been able to increase its deliveries both in October and in the year to date to new records.
From January to October, deliveries of the BMW, Mini and Rolls Royce brands amount to around 2.07 million vehicles. This corresponds to a total increase of 1.7 percent compared to the previous year. However, the mini-sales fell by 2.3 percent.
(sda / awp / dpa)