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From 2021, the BMW Leipzig plant will also produce battery modules for the high-voltage batteries of the BMW Group's electrified vehicles.

26 Sep 2020 | International News : Germany


The BMW Group is expanding its production capacity for electric drives.

From 2021, the Leipzig plant will produce high-voltage batteries and battery components for the high-voltage batteries of the BMW Group's electrified vehicles.

BMW is investing more than $161 million into its Leipzig plant to have it produce high-voltage batteries and battery components
By 2022, the company targets to invest more than $161 million in the site to prepare for the steadily increasing sales of electrified vehicles, strengthening its role as a pioneer in e-mobility.

To date, the high-voltage batteries for all electrified vehicles of the BMW and MINI brands have been produced at the three in-house battery production facilities in Dingolfing, Germany, Spartanburg, U.S.A and Shenyang, China.

The large-series production of battery modules at the Leipzig site is scheduled to start as early as in mid-2021.

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