Plant Leipzig produces its 2 millionth BMW.

Plant Leipzig’s 2 millionth BMW has rolled off the production line as the city’s Mayor Burkhard Jung looked on. The milestone vehicle is a BMW i3 for a customer in the US.

BMW Group Plant Leipzig has passed the 2 million mark: the milestone BMW rolled off the production lines on 28th October – a BMW i3 in Protonic Blue is destined for a customer in the US. So far, Leipzig has produced a total of 69,188 BMW i3s.

Plant Director Hans-Peter Kemser said: “At Leipzig, we not only produce classic BMW 1 and 2 Series vehicles; we also set new standards in sustainability and innovativeness with our BMW i models.”

Leipzig’s Mayor Burkhard Jung offered his personal congratulations to the plant on achieving this milestone: “Two million BMWs made in Leipzig show clearly that it is possible manufacture competitively in Germany. In addition, the prerequisites in Leipzig are ideal, with a team of outstandingly trained specialists. I would like to thank BMW Plant Leipzig and wish everybody the best of success.”