In China BMW is still catching up: BMW China president

From the People’s Daily Online,

“It is still not the time for BMW to relax. We will continue to make more effort in relevant areas so as to satisfy various demands of Chinese consumers.” Although BMW had an outstanding performance in the Chinese market in 2005, BMW China president Dr. Christoph Stark is still very modest and said BMW is still catching up in the Chinese market.

The year 2005 is one of harvest for BMW. Globally, BMW outran Benz in sales for the first time to become No.1 brand in the luxury car market. It expanded its sale edge over Audi by 50,000 units to reach 300,000 units. In China, BMW Brilliance increased total sale by 77 percent and sale of imported cars by 20 percent, of which sale of the 3 series nearly doubled, that of the 5 series grew by 63 percent, 7 series up nearly 20 percent, and that of X3, X5 by 57 percent.

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