BERLIN (AP) -- German luxury car maker BMW AG says its unit sales were up 10.8 percent on the year in May, driven largely by demand for new models.
The Munich-based automaker, whose brands also include Mini and Rolls-Royce, said Wednesday it sold nearly 120,843 cars worldwide last month.
BMW says the models with the strongest growth in May were the 7 Series, with an increase of 33.6 percent, and the new 5 Series Sedan, which saw an increase of 13.1 percent.
The company aims to sell more than 1.3 million cars worldwide in 2010.
Shares of BMW were up 1.2 percent to euro38.14 ($45.55) in Frankfurt trading.