Not long ago, BMW's 2019 sales data showed that it has sold 2.52 million new cars worldwide, an increase of 1.2% year-on-year, surpassing Mercedes-Benz and BMW and becoming the world's best-selling luxury car brand.
Recently, the sales of the much-watched M sports series have also been made public. In 2019, the M series sold 135,829 vehicles worldwide, an increase of 32.2% year-on-year in 2018, and surpassed the full-year of the Mercedes-AMG series. Sales of 132,136 vehicles.
Specific to the region, the United States has the highest sales of 44,442 vehicles; the second is Germany, with 26,110 vehicles; the third is the United Kingdom, with 17,688 vehicles.
In the Chinese market, BMW has stated that 2019 will be BMW's "year of sports" and 14 M models will be sold in China. Although the specific data has not yet been announced, from the review of 2014 to 2018, it seems that the M model has increased 3.6 times in China. In 2018 alone, BMW M's sales in China increased by 18%, and its market share increased by 8%. I believe it will also increase in 2019.
It is reported that in 2020, BMW will continue to work on M models, including the coupe series M8 Gran Coupe, sports car series M2 CS, SUV series X5 M / X6 M, etc. At the same time, the new BMW M3, which has received much attention, The M4 will also be released in 2020.