The German automotive giant's income increased 8.4% from €6.6 billion ($7.65 billion) in the first six months last year, the company said.
Revenues totaled more than €125 billion ($142.5 billion) between January and June, up 4.9% versus the same period in 2018.
The producer's profit before tax was €9.56 billion ($10.9 billion) in the same period of 2019.
Vehicles sales decreased by 4.2% to 5.34 million units year-on-year during the first six months.
The company also posted €4.1 billion ($4.67 billion) in profit during the second quarter with more than €65.2 billion ($74.3 billion) in revenue.
Another automotive producer, Daimler Group, which owns Mercedes, Smart, Setra, and Maybach, posted €902 million ($1 billion) in net profit in the first half, while seeing €1.2 billion ($1.37 billion) in losses during the second quarter.
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