BMW Group India has recorded the most yearly customer deliveries in company history, setting a new benchmark for achievement. In the calendar year 2022, the business sold 7,282 bikes and 11,981 vehicles (BMW and MINI). BMW India sold 11,268 vehicles, while MINI India sold 713 units. 7,282 motorcycles were delivered by BMW Motorrad.
BMW delivered 11,268 cars, a 37% increase over the same time the previous year. The Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) line, which includes vehicles like the BMW X1, X3, X5, and X7, expanded exponentially at a pace of over 60%. The BMW 3 Series, BMW 5 Series, and BMW 6 Series continued their successful runs during the same period. Most BMW models currently have waiting lists of up to six months due to high demand.
Mr. Vikram Pawah, President, of BMW Group India said, “BMW Group is tremendously proud to have delivered its best-ever year in India since its inception. We have been working relentlessly on our strategy which has given this unabated and dynamic growth in the premium car and motorcycle segment. This achievement is a direct result of an unwavering focus on bringing the most exclusive products, offering the best services, and our deep engagement towards meeting customer expectations. Now, our next goal is to meet the high demand for our products throughout the country and to change the game in the premium automotive segment.”
By showing growth of 11% with 713 units, MINI maintained its dominance in the specialized compact premium class. In terms of sales, the locally made MINI Countryman led with 41%, followed by the MINI Hatch with 38% and the MINI Convertible with 21%.
With 7,282 units, BMW Motorrad India had extraordinary growth of 40%. In terms of motorcycle sales, the BMW G 310 R, BMW G 310 RR, and BMW G 310 GS held a 90% market dominance. Other well-liked BMW models included the S 1000 RR, R 1250 GS, and C 400 GT scooters.
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