The BMW Group pushes its transformation towards electromobility.

This architecture will be in use from the middle of the decade. It will ramp up for the first time at our future plant in Debrecen, Hungary, before being rolled out across our global production network in stages.

Milan Nedeljković

Member of the Board of Management of BMW AG responsible for Production

Aerial view of BMW Munich.

Munich/Debrecen. The BMW Group is speeding up the shift towards electromobility and strengthening its global network for production of electrified vehicles. The BMW Group has one of the automotive industry's most flexible production systems worldwide. “We are capable of producing both vehicles with combustion engines and electric drive trains on a single line and responding flexibly to customer requests,” said Milan Nedeljković, member of the Board of Management of BMW AG responsible for Production.

The future assembly and its production processes will be designed for a new cluster architecture geared towards electric drive trains. Nedeljković: “This architecture will be in use from the middle of the decade. It will ramp up for the first time at our future plant in Debrecen, Hungary, before being rolled out across our global production network in stages. Allocating capacity in this way places a deliberate emphasis on the flexibility of our plants and makes them more efficient and more competitive.”