The BMW Group reported its ninth consecutive record year in 2019, with a total of 2,520,307 BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce vehicles delivered to customers worldwide.


The BMW Group reported its ninth consecutive record year in 2019, with a total of 2,520,307 BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce vehicles delivered to customers worldwide.

The BMW Group achived the milestone of putting half a million electrified vehicles on the road in 2019 The BMW Group already had half a million electrified vehicles worldwide on the road before the end of 2019. The company also confirmed its position as the world's leading premium car company for the 16th consecutive year.

The BMW brand reported a new all-time high last year, with a total of 2,168,516 vehicle deliveries worldwide. The new and revised BMW X models made a significant contribution to this positive development, with sales rising 21% to 958,732 vehicles.

Thanks to the new BMW 8 Series, the new BMW 7 Series and the all new BMW X7, sales in the luxury segment saw a significant year-on-year increase of 66.0% (105,331 vehicles) for the full year. The BMW Group plans to double sales in the luxury class between 2018 and 2020.

2019 was the most successful year in the almost 50-year history of BMW M GmbH With a sales growth of 32.2% (135,826 deliveries), 2019 was also the most successful year in the almost 50-year history of BMW M GmbH.

More emotional M high-performance models were introduced last year than ever before. In addition to the BMW X models X3 M, X4 M, X5 M and X6 M, the M2 CS and luxury sports cars M8 Coupe, M8 Convertible and M8 Gran Coupe also made their debuts.

Worldwide MINI brand deliveries totalled 346,639 units last year. John Cooper Works models were once again especially popular in 2019, as well as the MINI Cooper S E Countryman ALL4 plug-in hybrid, with a total of 16,932 delivered to customers. The MINI Electric joined the MINI lineup in late 2019, and has had more than 90,000 prospective customers registered so far, reflecting the strong interest in this pure electric vehicle.

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars reported the highest sales in the brand's 116-year history with strong demand for the Cullinan worldwide In 2019, with 5,152 units sold worldwide, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars reported the highest sales in the brand's 116-year history. Strong sales growth was recorded in all regions worldwide, with North America once again being the most important market.

The past year was characterised by exceptional demand worldwide for the Cullinan and Black Badge models, while the Phantom, Wraith and Dawn models were also in demand.

In its 11th and final year, production of the current Ghost ended in late 2019. The new Ghost will be released onto the market in the fourth quarter of this year. 2019 also saw new all time highs in bespoke custom personalisation orders, which is clearly reflected in Rolls-Royce's position as a genuine luxury provider.