BMW Plant Hams Hall

Launched in 2001, the state-of-the-art engine production facility is the first BMW engine plant to be built outside Germany and Austria, recognising the importance of the UK as a major world economy.

Located in North Warwickshire, the plant, which employs people from across the West Midlands, has established itself as an increasingly important part of the BMW Group’s international production network as the centre of competence for production of all four-cylinder petrol engines for both BMW and MINI vehicles.

Around half of current output goes to the MINI plant in Oxford. The other engines are exported to BMW vehicle assembly plants in Germany, Austria and South Africa.