Mercedes-Benz deliveries up 21% in Q3 with robust demand


- Mercedes-Benz deliveries reach 517,800 units (+21%) in a volatile market with ongoing 
semiconductor supply bottlenecks 
- EV ramp-up continues: Q3 Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) sales more than double to 30,000 units 
(+115%). EQS SUV market launch in United States. EQE SUV premiere in October 
- Top-End Luxury sales at 77,500 units (-1%) on prior-year level and above previous quarter (+8%); 
Core Luxury sales up 36% to 277,000 units 
-  Deliveries in China increase by 37% to 206,800 vehicles

Mercedes-Benz Passenger Cars deliveries reached 517,800 units (+21%) in the July to September period, the strongest sales quarter in 2022 so far even as production and sales continue to be affected by semiconductor shortages and disrupted supply chains.

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Passenger Cars increased Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) sales between July and September to 30,000 units, up 28% compared to Q2 and an increase of 115% compared with the year-earlier period. In the first nine months, sales of BEVs doubled to 75,400 units (+126%). September deliveries of 13,100 BEVs represent a new monthly sales record. BEV sales were lifted by the EQB, with 3,400 deliveries, and the EQE which recently arrived in showrooms in China and saw more than 2,000 units sold worldwide. Sales of the EQS are steadily rising and hit over 5,400 units, its strongest quarter ever. Its SUV sibling, the EQS SUV, started production and hit showrooms in the United States. Deliveries of xEV models (PHEVs and BEVs including smart) reached 75,900 units (+23%) in the third quarter, equivalent to an xEV-share of 15% and reached 215,400 units (+17%) in the first nine months of the year.