BMW Group delivers 675,000 units in Q3, hits new quarterly all-time high
During the period from July to September, the BMW Group delivered a total of more than 675,000 units BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce brand vehicles to customers around the world, a new quarterly all-time high.
The group net profit amounted to 1.8 billion Euro, up by 17.4 percent in Q3.
A total of 1.6 million automobiles were delivered to customers during the first nine months of the year (2019: 1,872,451 units; -12.5%). Group net profit amounted to 2.1 billion Euro for the nine-month period (2019: 3.6 billion Euro; -39.8%).
The BMW brand sold a total of 1,427,392 units (-11.3%) during the first nine months of the year. During this period, the MINI brand delivered 208,124 units (-20.0%) and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars 2,651 units (-28.5%) to customers. Despite the overall decline in volumes, the number of electrified vehicles delivered to customers increased to a new record level of 116,381 units (+20.0%) for the nine-month period.
In Europe, 648,494 BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce brand vehicles were delivered to customers during the first nine months of the year (‑19.7%). Sales volume recorded in Germany fell to 203,442 units (-14.6%). China saw a continuation of the recovery that had already begun during the second quarter, enabling the BMW Group to increase sales in its largest market to a record level of 560,367 units (+6.4%) through September. A total of 200,286 units (-24.6%) were sold in the USA in the first nine months of the year.