Mexican-designed car changes BMW production mode

The Car BMW New Series 2 Coupe launched for sale in Mexico, the car whose production began at the beginning of September at its plant in San Luis Potosi, however, this car, designed by Mexican Jose Casas, means a change of property.

In order to assemble such a unit, the company from Munich, Germany, pumping an additional $125 million into the Potocin plant, which stands out within its network for being one of the newest worldwide, as well as one of the least polluting. In addition to expanding its infrastructure, the company has added 17 new suppliers to its catalog.

the The car contains approximately 4,000 individual partsMany are made specifically for this model, as well as 75 percent of the parts come from suppliers based in Mexico.

Sporty design, eBMW 2 Series Coupé inspired by the legendary car 02. Initially, exclusively on the 220i engine, it was already available at Mexican dealers.

four compact seats, Manufactured in this factory only, designed by José Casas, who is currently working as the brand’s senior external designer in Munich.

To celebrate the start of production of this unit, in mid-September, the company presented one of these vehicles that was interjected by the artist from Potosi Bosco. In this piece, color has played an integral role ever since He sought to represent Mexico and Germany through the colors of their respective flags.

On the front of the car are the colors of the Mexican and German flags It reflects the strength of both countries in the areas of engineering, design and perfection. In the particular case of Mexico, orange was included to symbolize the marigold flower, common in Day of the Dead altars.”

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Meanwhile, at the BMW San Luis Potosí plant, which opened in June 2019, today it assembles both the 3 Series Sedan and the 2 Series Coupe. The maximum production capacity of the complex is 175 thousand units.

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