BMW


Strong Q4 eases 2020 volume hit

12/01/21 -"BMW was able to pare back its losses following a solid sales performance in Q4, with volumes rising by 3.2% yoy to 686k vehicles. The full-year deliveries amounted to 2.32m units, an 8.4% decline in ..."

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Published on
12/01/21
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