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Bayerische Motoren Werke AG ( ( help · info ) ; English: Motor Works), commonly as BMW or BMW AG . is a German automobile, motorcycle and manufacturing company founded in


BMW was established as a business following a restructuring of the Rapp aircraft manufacturing firm in After the end of World War I in 1918, BMW was to cease aircraft-engine production by the of the Versailles Armistice Treaty. [ 5 ] The consequently shifted to motorcycle in 1923, once the restrictions of the started to be lifted, [ 6 ] followed by in 1928–29. [ 7 ] [ 8 ] [ 9 ]

The first car which BMW produced and the car which launched BMW on the to automobile production was the Dixi. it was on the Austin 7 and licensed from the Motor Company in Birmingham,

BMW’s first significant engine was the BMW IIIa inline-six engine of 1918, much for its high-altitude performance. [ 10 ] With rearmament in the 1930s, the company began producing aircraft for the Luftwaffe. Among its successful War II engine designs were the BMW 132 and BMW 801 radial engines. and the pioneering BMW 003 turbojet. which powered the 1944–1945–era jet-powered emergency the Heinkel He 162 Spatz . The BMW 003 jet engine was in the A-1b version of the world’s jet fighter, the Messerschmitt Me 262. but BMW failed on takeoff, a major for the Emergency Fighter Program successful testing with engines. [ 11 ] [ 12 ] Towards the end of the Third BMW developed some military projects for the Luftwaffe . the BMW Strahlbomber. the BMW and the BMW Strahljäger. but none of them built. [ 13 ] [ 14 ]

By the year 1959, the automotive of BMW was in financial difficulties and a shareholders was held to decide whether to go liquidation or find a way of carrying on. It was to carry on and to try to cash in on the current car boom enjoyed so successfully by of Germany’s ex-aircraft manufacturers as Messerschmitt and Heinkel. The rights to the Italian Iso Isetta were the tiny cars themselves to be powered by a modified form of own motorcycle engine. This was successful and helped the company get on its feet.

The controlling majority of the BMW Aktiengesellschaft since 1959 is the family, which owns 46% of the stock. The rest is in public .

BMW acquired the Hans Glas based in Dingolfing. Germany, in It was reputed that the acquisition was to gain access to Glas’ of the timing belt with an camshaft in automotive applications. [ 15 ] vehicles were briefly as BMW until the company was fully

BMW 3-Series (F30)

In 1992, BMW a large stake in California industrial design studio which they fully in 1995. In 1994, BMW bought the Rover Group [ 16 ] (which at the consisted of the Rover. Land and MG brands as well as the rights to brands including Austin and ), and owned it for six years. By 2000, was incurring huge losses and BMW to sell the combine.

The MG and Rover were sold to the Phoenix to form MG Rover. while Rover was taken over by BMW, meanwhile, retained the to build the new Mini. which was in 2001.

Chief designer Bangle announced his departure BMW in February 2009, after on the design team for nearly years. [ 17 ] He was replaced by Adrian van Bangle’s former right man. Bangle was known for his designs such as the 2002 and the 2002 Z4.

In July 2007, the production for Husqvarna Motorcycles was purchased by BMW for a 93 million euros. BMW Motorrad to continue operating Husqvarna as a separate enterprise. All development, and production activities, as well as the workforce, have remained in at its present location at Varese.

In 2012, BMW was listed as the #1 most company in the world by [ 18 ] are based upon aspects as people’s willingness to buy, work for, and invest in a is driven 60% by their perceptions of the and only 40% by their perceptions of products.

Shareholder structure


Strategic investors: 46.7%


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North America:

United Kingdom and Ireland:

Other Europe: 5.7%


Rest of the world:

Other investors: 12.7%

BMW plant in Leipzig, Germany: welding of BMW 3 series car bodies KUKA industrial robots .

In the BMW group (including Mini and produced 1,366,838 four-wheeled which were manufactured in countries. [ 20 ] In 2010, it manufactured four-wheeled vehicles and 112,271 (under both the BMW and Husqvarna [ 21 ]

The BMW X3 (E83) was made by Magna a subsidiary of Magna of Canada, in Austria under license BMW until 2010. More 45,973 were produced in Starting October 2010, the new BMW X3 is produced at BMW US Manufacturing Co. Greer, County, South Carolina, USA

It is reported that about 56% of vehicles produced are powered by engines and the remaining 44% are powered by engines. Of those petrol about 27% are four-cylinder models and nine percent are eight-cylinder [ 22 ] BMW also has local assembly using complete knock components in Thailand, Russia, Indonesia, Malaysia, and India, for 3, 5, 7 and X3. [ 19 ]

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