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BMW Group sells 636,606 vehicles in Q1 (+33.5%) +++ Sales higher in all major regions of the world +++ Sales growth at BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce +++ Electrified vehicle sales more than double +++ Pieter Nota: “All-time sales high in first quarter underlines our ambitious growth targets” +++
BMW Group and Daimler Mobility join forces with bp as a partner for Digital Charging Solutions GmbH, to further accelerate the growth of electrification
Daimler Mobility AG and BMW Group significantly strengthen the customer offering of Digital Charging Solutions GmbH (DCS) by adding bp as the third shareholder with a stake of 33.3%.
BMW Group steps up sustainable sourcing of lithium for battery cell production to ensure rapid e-mobility expansion
The BMW Group will be accelerating its expansion of e-mobility in the coming years. This will also increase the need for lithium, an important raw material for production of battery cells. For this reason, the company will source lithium from a second leading supplier, US-based Livent. The value of the multi-year contract will total around 285 million euros. Livent will supply the lithium directly to the BMW Group’s battery cell manufacturers from 2022 on.
Report on the BMW Group’s economic performance and its ecological and social contributions.
Statement Dr Nicolas Peter, Member of the Board of Management of BMW AG, Finance, BMW Group Annual Conference 2021
Statement Dr Peter Annual Conference 2021
Statement Oliver Zipse, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG, BMW Group Annual Conference 2021
New photos and video available +++ Statement Zipse Annual Conference 2021
A New Era, a New Class: BMW Group steps up technology offensive with comprehensive realignment – uncompromisingly electric, digital and circular
The BMW Group has entered 2021 with ambitious targets for growth and profitability and will be putting the first forerunners of its far-reaching technology offensive on the roads in the coming months. At the same time, it has set the course for a comprehensive realignment. From the middle of the decade, a new generation of models will take premium mobility to a new level from a technological perspective.
Munich. Please find the satellite details of the BMW Group Annual Conference 2021 as follows: Agenda 17.03.2021 09:00 –10:00 MEZ/CET BMW Group Conference – LIVE 10:00 – 11:30 MEZ/CET BMW Group Conference – Q&A Session LIVE 14:45 – 15:45 MEZ/CET BMW Group Conference – Replay
Group profit before tax for second half-year up 9.8% year-on-year +++ Q4 EBIT margin of 7.7% in Automotive segment +++ Full-year EBIT margin at higher edge of target range +++ Free cash flow of € 3.4 billion despite lockdowns above previous year +++ Dividend of € 1.90 per share of common stock proposed +++ Zipse: "Starting 2021 with a favourable tailwind" +++
As announced at today’s signing, BMW Group and Daimler Mobility AG have agreed to sell their joint venture PARK NOW Group to EasyPark Group, subject to prior approval by the relevant authorities.
Export value from US Plant Spartanburg totals more than 8.9 billion US dollars in 2020 +++ New production record for second half-year +++ Growing percentage of electrified vehicles
Aluminium produced using solar energy will meet almost half the annual requirements of the light metal foundry at Plant Landshut +++ Triple-digit million-euro contract with Emirates Global Aluminium to supply 43,000 tonnes of aluminium in 2021 +++ BMW Group also plans to source aluminium produced with green power long-term, with CO2 savings of around 2.5 million tonnes by 2030 +++ Wendt: “Will reduce CO2 emissions in the supplier network by 20% by 2030” ++
Ad-hoc announcement: BMW AG Preliminary Automotive Free Cash Flow for the fourth quarter and the full year 2020 above market expectations
The BMW AG’s preliminary Automotive segment Free Cash Flow for the fourth quarter 2020 is around € 2.8 billion (Q4 2019: € 1.5 billion), leading to around € 3.4 billion (2019: € 2.6 billion) for the full year 2020 and thus exceeds current market expectations.
BMW Group concludes year marked by corona pandemic with strong fourth quarter and leads premium segment worldwide for 17th consecutive year
BMW Group sells 2,324,809 units in 2020 (-8.4%) +++ BMW Q4 sales up 4.3% from previous year (600,799 vehicles) +++ Sales of electrified vehicles increase by a third (+31.8%) +++ As promised: BMW Group meets EU CO2 fleet targets in 2020 +++ Pieter Nota: “Responded to the effects of the corona pandemic with agility in sales management and production. Have overfulfilled EU CO2 fleet targets with under 100 g/km.” +++
BMW Group Purchasing steps up sustainability activities and paves the way for future e-mobility growth
+++ High level of supply chain flexibility speeds up transformation towards e-mobility +++ Extensive measures to ensure compliance with environmental and social standards and secure access to many critical raw materials +++ Sustainability measures in supply chain delivering results: CO2 emissions reduced by 17% in BMW iX +++ Wendt: “Sustainability is an integral part of all purchasing activities” +++
Statement Dr Nicolas Peter, Member of the Board of Management of BMW AG, Finance, Conference Call Interim Report to 30 September 2020
Statement Dr Peter Conference Call Q3 2020
Statement Oliver Zipse, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG, Conference Call Interim Report to 30 September 2020
Statement Zipse Conference Call Q3 2020
BMW Group Quarterly Statement to 30 September 2020
Zipse: “Third-quarter performance underlines BMW Group’s operational strength” +++ Peter: “We are in an intense cost competition” +++ Profit before tax in Q3 rises to approximately € 2.5 billion +++ Return on sales of 9.4% in Q3 +++ Free cash flow in Q3 exceeds € 3 billion +++ EBIT margin for Automotive segment within 2020 target range for nine-month period +++ E-autos to be manufactured at all German plants by 2022 +++