BMW Motorrad ended the year with record sales

BMW Motorrad has announced sales results for 2021, from which it is easy to conclude that the Bavarian manufacturer can be satisfied with the year behind us.

After all, the two-wheeler was seen as the best option to escape from the madness caused by the global corona virus pandemic.

It is therefore no surprise that in 2021 she delivered excellent results for BMW.

The German company managed to deliver a total of 194,261 two-wheelers around the world, surpassing its previous sales record set in 2019. At that time, the Munich-based company sold 175,162 models.

The BMW R 1250 GS remains the most sought-after model as a total of 60,000 units have managed to find themselves in the hands of customers. According to BMW, sales of the R 1250 RT, R 18 and S 1000 R also went extremely well.

The good news is that even higher sales are expected this year, and the reasons for that are the launch of the German company’s electric motorcycle, which is called CE-04.

Although the CE-04 looks promising, we firmly believe that the Gelande Strasse line will remain the most popular this year as well.

According to available information, BMW could introduce more new models over the next twelve months. It is still early to talk about them, and we will know more as the year goes by.


Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.

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