BMW India goes past 25000 production mark
Last Updated at
- 01:39 pm, July 12, 2012
The plant in Chennai has assembled 25000 units in less than six years.
With the 25000th car (an X1 sDrive 20d) rolling off the production line, BMW India has crossed yet another milestone. In December last year, BMW India had rolled out its 20000th unit and now with just seven months further into the production, the brand has managed to reach the milestone.
Commenting on the success, Managing Director at the Chennai facility, Mr. Eder said, “It has taken us less than six years to achieve this milestone and I would like to congratulate the team at BMW Plant Chennai for contributing to the continuous growth in production with highest quality standards.”
Dr. Andreas Schaaf, President, BMW India said, “BMW India continues its success story in 2012 by maintaining its momentum in the leadership position in Indian luxury car segment. We understand the Indian luxury consumer and are confident of maintaining our Number One position in the luxury car segment with an emotional and exciting product portfolio, innovative services and strong customer affinity towards the BMW brand.”
At present, the Chennai plant assembles mainstream cars including the 3 Series, 5 Series, X1 and X3 while models like the 5 Series GT, 3 Series convertible, 5 Series 535i, 6 Series, 7 Series, X5, X6, X6M, M3 and Z4 are imported as CBUs.
First Published on 01:39 pm, July 12, 2012
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