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Flexible vehicle architecture to enable electrification of every model series ++ Fully electric MINI confirmed as MINI 3 door variant ++ Electric drivetrain Made in Germany, integrated into car in Oxford

Munich. Electrification is one of the central pillars of the BMW Group’s corporate strategy NUMBER ONE > NEXT and the company has announced that all brands and model series can be electrified, with a full-electric or plug-in hybrid drivetrain being offered in addition to the combustion engine option. Additional electrified models will be brought to market in the coming years and beyond 2020, the company’s next generation vehicle architecture will enable further fully-electric vehicles.

Today, the BMW Group announced that the new battery-electric MINI will be a variant of the brand's core 3 door model. This fully electric car will go into production in 2019, increasing the choice of MINI powertrains to include petrol and diesel internal combustion engines, a plug-in hybrid and a battery electric vehicle. The electric MINI’s electric drivetrain will be built at the BMW Group’s e-mobility centre at Plants Dingolfing and Landshut in Bavaria before being integrated into the car at Plant Oxford, which is the main production location for the MINI 3 door model.

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Krüger: Sustainability as much part of us as Sheer Driving Pleasure ++ Innovative strength will ensure mobility Made in Germany ++ Forging ahead with e-mobility at top speed ++ Cutting-edge Euro 6 diesels reduce emissions and CO2 output ++ BMW Group supports EU-wide fleet renewal and offers free upgrade for Euro 5 diesels in Germany

Munich. Sheer driving pleasure, BMW i, EfficientDynamics: at the BMW Group, emotion and sustainability go hand in hand. The company’s strength as an innovator and its consistent future focus will ensure the success of premium mobility “Made in Germany”. From electric powertrains to cutting-edge, low-emission, low-carbon diesel solutions that meet Euro 6 standards, the BMW Group  sets the technological benchmark.

“Sustainability is as much a part of us as Sheer Driving Pleasure. With BMW i, we were the first German manufacturer to make a clear commitment to electric mobility,” BMW AG Management Board Chairman Harald Krüger explained. “But as well as emotion and pleasure, we are convinced that future mobility must be sustainable mobility. We are driving the transition as hard and as fast as possible and have launched more electrified vehicles than any of our established competitors.”

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Growth in second-quarter revenues and earnings ++ EBIT margin in target range between 8 and 10 per cent ++ Well on track for 100,000 electrified vehicles in 2017 ++ Additional co-operation partners for autonomous driving ++ Krüger: Forging ahead with e-mobility at top speed

Munich. After another strong performance in the first half of 2017, the BMW Group remains fully committed to implementing its Strategy NUMBER ONE > NEXT with the ultimate aim of shaping the mobility of the future and the transformation of the automobile sector. As the world’s leading provider of premium mobility, the BMW Group always focuses on the needs and desires of its customers and is continuing its ground-breaking work on the four ACES topics (Autonomous, Connected, Electrified und Services/Shared).

The Group's primary focus is on expanding electric mobility and automated driving. The BMW iNEXT will set new standards in both of these fields and will act as a technological spearhead. It will be manufactured at Plant Dingolfing from 2021, underlining the significance of Germany for future technologies and as a centre of competence for electric mobility. Germany will also serve as a key location for the development of autonomous driving. As part of the co-operation arrangements established with Intel and Mobileye, the first engineers from all three companies will move to the new development campus in Unterschleißheim near Munich in the course of the current year. Moreover, one year since the co-operation began, a number of other prestigious partners including Delphi and Continental have also joined the project.

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FINANCIAL CALENDAR I 2017 I DATES

21.03.2017 Annual Report 2016

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22.03.2017 Analyst and Investor Conference 2017

04.05.2017 Quarterly Report to 31 March 2017

11.05.2017 Annual General Meeting 2017

03.08.2017 Quarterly Report to 30 June 2017

07.11.2017 Quarterly Report to 30 September 2017

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Deliveries to customers BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce.

Balanced Sales Distribution.
BMW Group Automobiles, June 30, 2017.

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%
Including the joint venture BMW Brilliance Automotive Ltd., Shenyang (2017: 186,966 units, 2016: 153,701 units).).

SALES VOLUME OF AUTOMOBILES 1st Half 2017.

SUMME
In g CO2 /km

CO2 EMISSIONS OF BMW GROUP AUTOMOBILES (EU-28).

DIVIDEND FOR THE FINANCIAL YEARS 2013 – 2016.
(PER ORDINARY STOCK IN €)

MANAGEMENT SUMMARY.
OUTLOOK FOR THE BMW GROUP IN 2017.

The BMW Group.

  • Profit before tax: slight increase.
  • Workforce at year-end: slight increase.

AUTOMOTIVE SEGMENT.

  • Deliveries to customers: slight increase.
  • Carbon fleet emissions (EU-28): slight decrease.
  • Revenues: solid increase.
  • EBIT margin: in target range between 8 and 10%.
  • Return on Capital Employed (RoCE): expected at previous year’s level.

MOTORCYCLES SEGMENT.

  • Deliveries to customers: significant increase.
  • EBIT margin: in target range between 8 and 10%.
  • Return on capital employed (RoCE): slight increase.

FINANCIAL SERVICES SEGMENT.

  • Return on equity (RoE): slight decrease.