BMW Pours £600 Million into UK Facilities to Propel Electric Mini Production

In a resounding declaration of commitment to an emission-free automotive future, BMW Group has unveiled its monumental £600 million investment plan, set to revolutionise its Mini production facilities in the UK
Alice Weil

Alice Weil

Features Editor at The Executive Magazine

In a strategic move towards an all-electric future, BMW Group is set to invest over £600 million in its Mini production facilities located in Oxford and Swindon. This substantial capital injection is geared towards gearing up the Oxford plant for the production of two new all-electric Mini models scheduled to debut in 2026: the 3-door Mini Cooper ...


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