Ongoing model changeover negatively impacted on BMW Group sales results in U.S. (and globally). The Group delivered just 1,110 plug-in electric cars last month, which is 42.7% less than a year ago.
Plug-in share out of overall volume also decreased to 4.2%, although it’s still better than the industry average, accoridng to Insideevs.com
The German manufacturer currently supplies U.S. with only five models (BMW i3, BMW i8 and BMW i8 Roadster, BMW 530e iPerformance and MINI Cooper S E Countryman ALL4). The new X5 PHEV, 3-Series PHEV and 7-Series PHEV are coming, followed by the all-new BMW X3 PHEV.
So Insideevs.com did as always sale statistics;
BMW plug-in car sales in February 2019 estimated by IEVs:
- BMW 530e – 414
- BMW i3 – 350
- BMW 330e – 185
- MINI Cooper S E Countryman ALL4 – 63
- BMW X5 xDrive40e – 38
- BMW i8 – 23
- BMW 740e – 14