In 2015, BMW Sold Over 29,500 i3 & i8 -1.55% Of Total BMW Sales

FEB 1 2016 BY MARK KANE 3

BMW i worldwide sales – December 2015

BMW i worldwide sales – December 2015

BMW i8

BMW i8

If you are curious about how successful the BMW i sub brand was for BMW in the first two years of sales, here we present sales stats through the end of 2015.

BMW moved 29,513 i cars last year – nearly 66% more than in 2014.

  • i3: 24,057 – up 50% year-over-year
  • i8: 5,456 – 213% more than in the last several months of 2014

In total, we estimate 48,306 BMW i cars sold through the end of 2015.

December brought a record of 3,912 BMW i cars sold (thanks to a record 907 i8s – 656 in U.S.).

2015 i sales accounted for 1.55% of BMW’s total car sales.

“BMW i sales increased by 65.9% in 2015 with a total of 29,513 units delivered to customers. The keys to a total of 24,057 BMW i3s were handed over to customers around the world (+49.9%) while sales of the BMW i8 reached a total of 5,456.”

Largest market for BMW i is the U.S. with over 41% of i car sales:

BMW i worldwide sales – December 2015

BMW i worldwide sales – December 2015

Monthly sales indicate that BMW i is trying to break into 2% share for BMW.

BMW i worldwide sales – December 2015

BMW i worldwide sales – December 2015

BMW i3

BMW i3

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3 Comments on "In 2015, BMW Sold Over 29,500 i3 & i8 -1.55% Of Total BMW Sales"

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Big Solar

how many say… M3 did they sell? (I dont know their car titles)

HVACman

And at the pace that i8 owners are totaling theirs, one i8 original sale frequently means two units produced (original plus insurance-funded replacement).

Warren M

Helps keep things into perspective when you realize BMW almost sold 2/3 as many plug-ins last month as Tesla. Yet plug-ins still represent less than 1/60th of their total car sales.