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BMW Group Plant Dingolfing

The BMW Group Plant Dingolfing is a network of BMW plants in Dingolfing with a total area of around 280 hectares. The plant is the largest production site of the BMW group in Europe.

BMW in the United States

BMW cars have been officially sold in the United States since 1956 and manufactured in the United States since 1994. The first BMW dealership in the United States opened in 1975. In 2016, BMW was the twelfth highest selling brand in the United States. BMW plant in Greer, South Carolina has the highest production volume of the BMW plants around the world currently produces about 1.500 vehicles a day. The models produced at the factory in Spartanburg are X3, X4, X5, X6, and X7 SUV model. In addition to the plant in South Carolina, BMWs North American companies include sale, marketing, design ...

BMW Manufacturing (Thailand)

BMW Manufacturing Co., Ltd. is an automobile manufacturing company based Rayong, in the Rayong Province of eastern Thailand and a subsidiary of BMW Group Thailand.

BMW sDrive

BMW sDrive is a rear-wheel drive architecture that is purpose-built for sport-utility vehicles. Introduced by German automaker BMW as an option for the 2013 BMW X5, sDrive uses torque-vectoring and displacement mechanisms that optimise agility and efficiency. Today, sDrive is available on all of BMWs utility vehicles, from the X1 through X7. Prior to the introduction sDrive, most monocoque SUV came with all-wheel drive, four-wheel drive or front-wheel drive. Two-wheel drive system were at that time in General was specially constructed for applications of the car in terms of handling and du ...

BMW CCA Foundation

The BMW Car Club of America Foundation was formed in 2002 by the BMW CCA to benefit BMW owners, enthusiasts and the general public. As a 5013 non-profit, the foundation operates a museum and an educational program. The Fund focuses on two programs: The Library, Archives and Museum Program. The Teen Driver Safety Program Street Survival.

Plant Oxford

Plant Oxford located in Cowley, southeast Oxford, England, is owned by German carmaker BMW, and is the central assembly facility for the Mini range of cars. The plant forms the Mini production triangle along with Plant Hams Hall where engines are manufactured and Plant Swindon where body pressings and sub-assemblies are built. The original site of Morris motors at Cowley had three plants separated East of the Oxford ring road and the B480 road. The present site of the plant in Oxford was a car body manufacturing business of the pressed steel company, later known as pressed steel Fisher, wh ...

SoCal BMW Crosstown Cup

The SoCal BMW Crosstown Cup is a year-long all-sports college competition between the UCLA Bruins and the USC Trojans. While UCLA and USC have had a sports rivalry since the 1920s, the official yearly head-to-head all-sports competition began with the 2001–2002 season as the Lexus Gauntlet. After the 2008–2009 season, Lexus sponsorship ended. For the next five seasons USC and UCLA continued to keep track of the scores and yearly winners. Without an official sponsor, the competition was referred to as the Crosstown Gauntlet from fall 2009 to spring 2014. Starting with the 2014–2015 season, ...


VANOS is a variable valve timing system used by BMW on various automotive petrol engines since 1992. The name is an abbreviation of the German words for variable camshaft timing: va riable no ckenwellen s teuerung. The initial variant retroactively renamed "single VANOS" is used exclusively on the intake camshaft, and then "double Vanos" system used on the intake and exhaust camshafts. Since 2001, the VANOS is often used in combination with the system of Valvetronic variable valve lift.