It’s the highest growth that we saw during the past few years, and because of it, the plug-in share out of the overall volume improved to a record 8.1%!
The positive news for the Group is that the total sales volume of BMW and MINI is also up in Q3 (but not yet YTD).
After the first nine months of the year, 116,381 new plug-in cars were sold (up 20% year-over-year). It’s about 7% of the total.
The company shared also that around 10,000 sales YTD were of the all-electric MINI Cooper SE, which is not bad.
The regional highlights for the plug-in are as follows:
- Europe: plug-in sales up 85.1% year-over-year
- North America: plug-in sales up 28.2% year-over-year
- China: plug-in sales up 7.4 % year-over-year to 20.713 units
It means that outside of China, BMW Group sold some 34,006 plug-ins.