German auto group BMW announced that it will set up an electric vehicle production line in the United States, involving an investment of US$1.7 billio
In recent years, more and more car brands have chosen to set up factories in the United States. Earlier, Polestar 3 said that it would be produced in Volvo's American factory.

A few days ago, the German auto group BMW announced that it will set up an electric vehicle production line in the United States, involving an investment of US$1.7 billion, of which US$1 billion will be used to expand the Spartanburg plant in South Carolina.

Another $700 million will build a high-voltage battery production facility in the neighboring town of Woodruff. At present, the Spartanburg plant is the production base for the BMW X series.

Oliver Zipse, chairman of BMW USA, said that the production line will also become the center of BMW's electrification strategy. He revealed that BMW's goal is to manufacture at least six X series electric vehicles at the plant by 2030. car.

The aforementioned Woodruff production line will use Envision AESC's technology to produce the sixth-generation battery pack.

BMW says the energy density of the new battery is more than 20% higher than the current technology, and the fast charging and range are both increased by 30%.

In addition, the use of secondary minerals and renewable energy in the production process has greatly reduced carbon dioxide emissions by about 60%.
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