German factories will make electric cars – production of internal combustion engines will move to England and Austria
BMW factory in his hometown Munich today makes four, six, eight and twelve-cylinder engines used by all BMW brands – BMW, Mini and Rolls-Royce. Now, however, BMW has announced that the Munich plant will be converted to build electric cars instead. This also applies to other BMW plants in Germany.
At the end of 2022, all German factories will make at least one electric car, says Milan Nedelkovic, a member of the BMW board of directors.
manufacture the largest ones The eight and 12-cylinder engines will be transported to Hams Hall in England. The remaining engines will be built in Austrian Steyr.
In connection with this announcement, BMW announced that it will invest a total of about 4 billion Swedish kronor (400 million euros) in refurbishment work by 2026.
recently introduced The BMW iX electric SUV will be manufactured at the BMW plant in Dingolfing. Later, electric versions of the Series 5 and 7 will also be built there, according to reports Car News.
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