BMW weighs moving production of new electric Mini away from the UK

BMW is now considering whether to move planned production of the upcoming electric Mini model to Germany (rather than the UK), according to prominent German paper Handelsblatt.

According to German publication Handelsblatt, the automaker was planning on building the electric Mini in the United Kingdom but has lost interest since the United Kingdom public voted for the country to leave the European Union.

According to German daily Handelsblatt, BMW could also consider producing the cars at one of its plants in the Netherlands, which now account for approximately 33% of all Minis produced.

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Most Minis are made at the company's Oxford plant, one of the biggest such facilities in the country, but the electric version of the vehicle could be made in Germany.

A final decision is not expected until the second half of this year.

It told Autocar in an official response: "Mini has announced that it will launch an EV in 2019".

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However, the German newspaper Handelsblatt has reported that BMW is considering building the Mini at its plants in Regensburg and Leipzig rather than Oxford.

"The BMW group has always made clear that we believe integration of the United Kingdom into the European Union single market, maintaining free movement of goods, services, capital and talent, would be best for business".

The German company also urged the government to take the concerns of global business into account.

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