Bayerische Motoren Werke (better known as BMW) is a German automobile, motorcycle and engine manufacturing company founded in 1916. It also owns and produces the Mini brand, and is the parent company
of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. BMW produces motorcycles under BMW Motorrad and Husqvarna brands. BMW is known for its performance and luxury vehicles, and is a global leader in premium car sales covers over 150
BMW Group automobile brands
BMW of North America, LLC
300 Chestnut Ridge Rd.
Woodcliff Lake, NJ 07675
Phone: 201-307-4000 Toll Free: 800-334-4269
A subsidiary of BMW, BMW of North America imports BMW, MINI, and Rolls-Royce cars and motorcycles into the US and provides marketing, sales, and financial services for some 340 BMW
dealerships, about 330 BMW Sports Activity Vehicle dealerships, some 150 BMW motorcycle retailers, and about 70 MINI dealerships. BMW of North America divisions include BMW Manufacturing and industrial-design firm
DesignworksUSA. BMW of North America was established in 1975.
Company Type Subsidiary of BMW
BMW Manufacturing Corporation
1400 Hwy. 101 S.
Greer, SC 29651-6731
Manufacturing Corporation is the only US manufacturing plant for BMW. The plant builds the Z4 roadster and the X5 SUV for the US market. Company Type Subsidiary of BMW
BMW Headquarters in Munich, Germany. A city landmark, the "four-cylinder" tower at the Olympic park is the nerve centre for an organisation which covers over 150 countries.
BMW Hams Hall Motoren GmbH
Canton Lane, Hams Hall.
Coleshill, Warwickshire B46 1GB,
BMW Hams Hall puts the vroom in your Beamer. The 103,000-sq.-meter plant produces four-cylinder petrol engines that are later installed in BMW
plants in Germany, South Africa, and the US. Opened for production in 2000, the plant was the first engine production facility to be built outside of
Germany and Austria. It is also one of four in the UK that manufacture for BMW Group's premium brands -- BMW, Mini, and Rolls-Royce. With a capacity for 400,000 engines, BMW Hams Hall currently produces 146,000
enginess annually. A boost in demand for Mini engines could double that number by 2006