Recently, BMW and Mercedes-Benz announced their electric car sales results for Q3/2023.

Accordingly, the brands BMW and Mini (both under the BMW Group) sold a total of 93,931 pure electric vehicles worldwide, an increase of 79.6% compared to the same period last year.

For the BMW brand alone, 83,211 vehicles were sold, up 100.3% compared to last year. In the first 9 months of the year, BMW sold a total of 217,138 pure electric vehicles to the market.

According to the German automaker, their BMW i4 model is becoming more and more popular and being chosen by many people. The new BMW i5 model is also receiving positive reviews and gaining the favor of users.

By the end of Q3, a total of 545,941 BMW-branded vehicles had been delivered to customers, an increase of 6.2% compared to the same period last year. In the first 9 months, BMW’s total sales reached 1,621,267 vehicles, up 5.7% compared to the same period last year.

Asia is considered the largest BMW and Mini consumer market in the past 9 months with 783,189 vehicles sold, up 2% compared to 2022. Next is the European market, with sales reaching 670,119 vehicles, and the American market with 338,093 vehicles.

Meanwhile, Mercedes-Benz also experienced impressive growth recently. In Q3/2023, a total of 61,600 pure electric Mercedes-Benz vehicles were sold in the market, an increase of 66% compared to the same period last year.

The achievement is mainly due to the sale of EQA and EQB models. The EQS and EQS SUV models have also received positive reviews with 26,300 units sold.

In the first 9 months, Mercedes-Benz sold 174,500 electric vehicles, up 82% compared to last year.

Mercedes-Benz’s total sales in Q3 reached 510,600 vehicles, although it decreased by 4% compared to Q3 2022, the cumulative sales for the first 9 months were 1,529,800 vehicles, up 2% compared to 2022.

TH (Tuoitrethudo)