BMW Group further reduces CO2 emissions in its fleet by 2022
BMW Group has reported a reduction of CO2 emissions in its fleet in 2022, achieving yet another reduction. According to the brand, preliminary internal calculations show emissions results across its EU fleet of 105 grams per kilometre according to WLTP, compared to 115.9 g/km in 2021.
Based on these preliminary calculations, the BMW Group has therefore once again met the fleet target limit set by the European Union, Norway and Iceland of 127 grams per kilometre by 22 grams.
Aiming to surpass that target by 2023, the BMW Group plans to reduce CO2 emissions by at least 40% per vehicle over the entire life cycle from 2019 levels by 2030.
This new milestone, they link to the company’s increased sales of electric vehicles in the 2022 period, which increased by almost 108% compared to 2021, with total sales of more than 215,000 all-electric vehicles worldwide in 2022. All-electric vehicles accounted for nearly 9% of total sales last year, and the company expects to increase that percentage to 15% by 2023. By 2030, it expects more than 50% of its sales to come from 100% electric vehicles.
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