BMW Group Aims for 15% of Electric Vehicle Sales This Year

BMW Group Aims for 15% of Electric Vehicle Sales This Year

BMW aims that by 2030 more than 50 percent of its sales will be electric vehicles.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA-BMW Group has set strong goals for international shipping. electric car battery (BEV) for the next few years. target company BEV such as 15 percent of its total shipments at the end of the year.

To date, the BMW Group has more than 600,000 battery electric vehicles on the road. executive director BMW Oliver Zipse said that increasing e-mobility has become a priority for the BMW Group, as it strives to meet the growing demand for sustainable transportation.

Going forward, according to the BMW boss, the company aims for at least one in five of its new vehicles to be a BEV by 2024, one in four by 2025 and one in three by 2026.

By 2030, more than half of the BMW Group’s global car sales will be fully electric. The company is also ready to meet the requirements of 100 percent e-mobility in each market or region, if required. In Europe, for example, the BMW Group estimates that it will surpass 50 percent of BEV sales sooner than 2030.

Rolls-Royce Specter comes at the right time,” said Zipse. “We’ve never done so many pre-orders for a new Rolls-Royce model before.” Zipse also teases future products, such as BMW i5 The upcoming iX2 and the entire MINI electric car family. Currently, BMW has EV follow on the road i3 (China), i4, i7, iX1, iX3, iX, and MINI Cooper SE.

The BMW Group has announced plans to start electric vehicle (EV) production at three of its factories in the next few years. Production will begin in 2025 at Plant Debrecen, followed by the main plant in Munich in 2026, and finally at Plant San Luis Potosí in 2027. To begin production of its EVs, the BMW Group plans to release at least six models on the market. the first two years of production. The automaker targeted the high-end segment from the start, with Sports Activity Vehicles and sedans in the 3-Series segment.