Now, production of the fifth generation begins. The company is massively increasing capacity and opening a separate Competence Centre for E-Drive Production. Up to 2, employees will build BMW e-drives here for as many as , vehicles per year. In this way, the company is stepping up its e-mobility ramp-up and setting new standards for the transformation of the industry with its production. Electric powertrain components have been produced in Dingolfing since and the BMW Group is now significantly expanding its capacity.
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BMW Expanding Production Capacity In Dingolfing To 500,000 E-Drive Units By 2022
The BMW Group is ramping up production of electric motors, transmissions, power electronics and batteries for electric vehicles at its largest European manufacturing facility in Dingolfing, Germany. The automaker has opened the Competence Center for E-Drive Production at the plant, which will be able to build , BMW e-drive units a year from The Dingolfing factory has produced electric powertrain components for the BMW i3 since , but now its capacity is expanding significantly. The integrated BMW e-drive combines the electric motor, transmission and power electronics in a central housing. The fifth-generation e-drive will be used for the first time in the new BMW iX3 , which will go into production in China in late summer.
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