Pierer Mobility – the parent company of motorcycle brands KTM, GASGAS, and Husqvarna, has reported another record-setting sales figure for 2022, surpassing their 2021 sales record despite the global pandemic.
According to Pierer Mobility, which is headed by its CEO Stefan Pierer, the company has sold a total of 375,612 motorcycles last year. This is a combined figure for all the brands they own: KTM, GASGAS, and Husqvarna, across a diversified range of motorcycle models.
“Pierer Mobility achieved its 12th record year in a row with a sales increase of around 13%. In Europe, the sales volume was around 130,000 motorcycles and around two-thirds of the motorcycles (approx. 245,000) were sold in the markets outside Europe, and here in particular in North America, India, and Australia,” said the company in a statement.
Additionally, since the company also owns brands in the electric bicycle and bicycle business, an additional 118,427 units were sold last year and reports an additional 15% growth vs 2021.
All in all, Pierer Mobility has reported a revenue of EUR 2.435-billion for 2022 – about a 19% increase over 2021.