Leipzig to Host 8 New EV Parts Production Lines for BMW Group

Production of EV batteries attracts a lot of attention, in large part because it’s the current biggest problem. We’ll need to develop adequate raw materials, refining capacity, and cell production lines as more EVs are sold. And that’s all before a manufacturer puts the cells in battery packs. However, there are numerous other differences between ICE and EV vehicles. To produce parts for EVs, several production lines for both manufacturers and their suppliers will need to migrate or close.

In light of all of this, you can very accurately determine how serious a manufacturer is about EVs by counting the number of manufacturing lines that are either being built or that are being retooled for EV components. If they aren’t doing much, they are presumably producing a few compliance vehicles. A major effort is being made if several production lines are being opened or switched at once.

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