BMW, the luxury car giant, has served the automobile industry worldwide with so many luxurious models to enjoy driving that makes the company and its products absolutely unmatchable with any other available brand name.
The unfading mark that the car giant BMW has left over all of us is full of achievements. The newest and the latest achievement include: BMW has recently bid adieu its 20,000th car that was manufactured at its facility located at Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu.
Sriperumbudur, which, in the year 2008, was declared as a special economic zone by the country is since the day continuing to find one or other place in the news columns, credit of which goes to the growing industrialization and cropping of many new industrial projects in the region frequently.
Sriperumbudur plant of BMW India started operating in March 2007. The plant disseminated its 10,000th in November 2010 and now it has rolled out the 20,000th car from the Sriperumbudur assembly line, confirmed Mr. Juergen Eder, Managing Director, BMW Plant Chennai, who also led the proceedings of the entire roll out.
Sriperumbudur plant is presently manufacturing the BMW 3 Series sedan, 5 Series sedan, X1 SUV and X3 SUV, which are available in both petrol and diesel variants. Approx 400 workers are serving the plant at Sriperumbudur and are efficiently carrying out the production operations here.
“New BMW 1 Series owners should also feel particularly proud of this award, as it acknowledges their decision to purchase a rear-wheel-drive sports-hatch model which contains core DNA of the ultimate driving machine - the primary reason to get behind the wheel of a BMW”, says BMW New Zealand's Managing Director Mr. Mark Gilbert.
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