BMW brand delivers record 2.21 million vehicles in 2021 By Reuters


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: The headquarters of German luxury automaker BMW is seen in Munich, Germany August 5, 2020. REUTERS / Michael Dalder / File Photo

(Reuters) – The BMW brand delivered an all-time high of 2.21 million vehicles in 2021, up 9.1% from the previous year, the company said on Wednesday, and more than doubled sales of fully electric vehicles around the world.

The BMW Group delivered 2.52 million vehicles, an increase of 8.4% compared to last year.

Almost a quarter of BMW and Mini vehicles sold in Europe (23%) were hybrid or fully electric cars, the automaker said, falling to 13% globally.

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