Mercedes-Benz Group sold 2,491,600 vehicles in 2023 (+1.5%), despite supply chain constraints.

“Sales in 2023 show that top end vehicles delivered their best ever performance. Electric vehicle sales continue to rise,” said chairman Ola Kaellenius.


Cars sold 2,043,800 units in 2023, flat versus 2022.

Availability of the new GLC and E-Class was constrained in many markets due to a shortage of 48 volt systems. The C-Class saw sales rise by 10% in 2023.

Entry segment sales reached 618,800 units (+4%) in 2023 driven by the strong demand of the EQA (+57%) and EQB (+109%).

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Fully electric passenger car sales rose 73% to 222,600 units, equivalent to 11% of overall sales and 19% including plug in hybrids. Sales of the EQE Sedan surged 120% and BEV sales in the US more than doubled (+167%) driven by the new EQE SUV.


Worldwide sales of vans increased in 2023 by 8% to a record 447,800 units.

In Europe and North America, sales grew by 8% to 279,400 units and 13% to 86,400 units respectively.

In the US, sales grew 13% to a record 75,100 units, making that the second largest van market worldwide.

Despite the challenging environment, Mercedes-Benz said its vans remained in high demand with 2023 sales of 237,400 large, 178,900 mid size and 31,500 small vans, records in each segment.

Electric van sales increased 51% in 2023.