- BMW plans to deliver 500,000 electric vehicles in 2024.
- The current BMW all-electric range includes models such as the BMW i7, BMW iX, BMW iX1, iX2, iX3, and the i5.
- According to BMW CEO Oliver Zipse, the company is determined to achieve this milestone and aims for significant double-digit growth in delivering more than half a million electric vehicles next year.
BMW sets sights on exceeding 500,000 electric vehicle sales next year
German automaker BMW has announced ambitious plans to deliver 500,000 electric vehicles in 2024, a significant increase from the 246,867 units sold during the first three quarters of 2023.
In an interview with Focus News Magazine in Germany, BMW CEO Oliver Zipse expressed his determination to achieve this milestone:
“We want to deliver more than half a million electric vehicles next year for the first time, which would once again represent significant double-digit growth.”
During the third quarter of 2023, BMW Group experienced an impressive 80 percent year-over-year increase in sales of their Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs). In fact, a record-breaking 93,931 units were sold, accounting for 15.1 percent of the total volume. This marked a substantial rise from the 8.9 percent market share reported a year earlier. In the global plug-in car sales for the first three quarters of 2023, BEVs made up 246,867 units, reflecting a remarkable 93 percent growth and securing a 13.4 percent market share.
BMW’s commitment to expanding its EV offerings demonstrates its dedication to sustainable mobility and aligns with the increasing demand for electric vehicles worldwide.