BMW Motorrad Global Sales at New Record in 2021. Year to Date September sales were 157.840, up 13.6% projecting the entire year at the new all time record, not far from the 200.000 milestone. The score is driven by huge increase in China (+50.3%) and Double-digit growth in Europe.
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BMW Global Sales Track
The 2021 will be a memorable year for the Motorrad Division in BMW.
Following the outstanding second half 2020, with sales growth in double digit from the pre-covid era, allowing the company to end the year at the second highest sales level ever, in the 2021 global sales roar up.
In the first half of the year global sales reached the new record of 107.911, up 27.2% vs the 2020 and +5.5% vs the 2019, actually the best year ever.
The third quarter was hard in Europe (just in the y-o-y comparison) and BMW global sales slipped down 6.5%, not compromising the annual track.
Year to Date September sales were 157.840, up 13.6% projecting the entire year at the new all time record, not far from the 200.000 milestone. The score is driven by huge increase in China (+50.3%) and Double-digit growth in Europe.
In Europe cover 61.1% of global BMW sales and in the first nine month reported fast growth in Poland (+36.8%), Italy (+27%), Spain (+22.8%), Greece (+37.2%), Romania (+56.7%), Czech Republic (+26.5%), Iceland (+125%), Cyprus (+121%).
Sales has been positive in Japan (+24%) and in Australia (+11%), while in North America are recovering after the last year fall.