According to latest sales reports, BMW Group delivered more vehicles in June than ever before in a month.
A total of 165.855 BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce brand vehicles were sold, which is an increase of +15.9% on sales in June last year (prev. yr. 143,156 units) and also a new all-time high.
Moreover, the automaker achieved a new high for the first six months: Group retail volume for the year to the end of June increased by more than 137.000 units to 833.366 vehicles, which represents a growth of 19.7% compared to the first half of 2010.
In June, the BMW brand delivered 134,432 (prev. yr. 119,663) vehicles to customers worldwide – an increase of 12.3%. Year-to-date, BMW brand sales rose 17.8% to 689,861 automobiles (prev. yr. 585,750).
MINI reported sales of 31,111 vehicles in June, a new record for the month and an increase of 34.1% over the 23,202 cars sold in June, 2010. Year-to-date, MINI sales are up 29.8% on volume with 141,913 compared to 109,302 in the first six months of 2010.
Rolls-Royce had a record first half of the year with 1,592 motor cars sold (prev. yr. 970 / +64.1%).
Double-digit growth across all continents contributed to the Group’s record first half in 2011: Sales rose in Europe (437,373 vehicles / +12.3%) and in the Americas (178,903 vehicles / +18.7%) as well as in Asia (189,254 vehicles / +47.3%).
BMW Group sales in/up to June 2011 at a glance
|In June 2011||Comp. to previous year||Up to/incl. June 2011||Comp. to previous year|
|BMW Group Automobiles||165,855||+15.9%||833,366||+19.7%|