For the BMW Group, one thing is certain: the future is digital, circular and electric. As a result, the Company is systematically electrifying its entire product portfolio and thus serving the steadily growing demand for electrified mobility.
The BMW Group started the large-scale production of an all-electric model, the BMW i3, for the first time in 2013. The electric car became a classic and went down in the Company’s history as a pioneer in sustainable mobility. And the Company is continuing to write this success story: today, BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce customers can already choose from among eight all-electric models. The BMW Group supplements its range with numerous plug-in BMW and MINI hybrids. As a result, by the end of 2022, the company had put keys to electrified cars into the hands of more than 1.4 million customers.
All-electric vehicles are expected to make up half of total deliveries by 2030. Beginning in 2025, the BMW brand will take the next step in its transformation with the introduction of the all-electric NEUE KLASSE. The Rolls-Royce and MINI brands will exclusively offer all-electric vehicles from the early 2030s. Two-wheel electrification is also moving forward now that BMW Motorrad customers can select an all-electric alternative, the BMW CE 04. All future models in the area of urban mobility will also be fully electric.