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MessaggioInviato: gio mar 19, 2020 6:50 pm 
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https://www.automobilwoche.de/apps/pbcs ... 9da35a0052

BMW ha annunciato l’erede di Klaus Fröhlich a capo del R&D, il successore è Frank Weber, diventato famoso come capo del progetto Chervolet Volt.


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MessaggioInviato: sab giu 20, 2020 6:20 am 
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Daimler on Friday said it had put on hold a development alliance in the area of automated driving between its Mercedes-Benz brand and rival BMW.

"Following extensive review, the two companies have arrived at a mutual and amicable agreement to concentrate on their existing development paths, which may also include working with new partners," Daimler said in a statement.

Daimler said the cooperation, which was announced in 2019, may resume at a later date.

BMW and Daimler said last year that they had entered into a long-term development partnership to develop highly automated driving functions to enable "hands off" autonomous driving on highways as well as automated parking.

BMW said at the time the non-exclusive cooperation was open to other automakers and technology partners.

In 2018, BMW and Daimler merged their short-term rental services Car2Go and DriveNow in a bid to create more of a presence in the developing mobility market.

L'alleanza tra Daimler e Bmw per la guida autonoma non era neanche iniziata ed è stata già uccisa. Le 2 aziende preferiscono seguire i propri piani di sviluppo indipendentemente, tradotto in italiano compreranno la tecnologia da qualcun altro. È un pessimo segnale per le 2 case automobilistiche, significa che i costi sono talmente alti che anche unendosi in un'alleanza non ce la fanno.

BMW ha inoltre annunciato di aver trovato un accordo con i sindacati per tagliare 6.000 posizioni.
Daimler dovrebbe entro fine estate annunciare il proprio piano di cost cutting. Dovrebbero andare via ben 15.000 dipendenti.


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MessaggioInviato: sab giu 20, 2020 3:06 pm 
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daimlerchrysler ha scritto:
L'alleanza tra Daimler e Bmw per la guida autonoma non era neanche iniziata ed è stata già uccisa. Le 2 aziende preferiscono seguire i propri piani di sviluppo indipendentemente, tradotto in italiano compreranno la tecnologia da qualcun altro. È un pessimo segnale per le 2 case automobilistiche, significa che i costi sono talmente alti che anche unendosi in un'alleanza non ce la fanno
O che piuttosto non vogliono buttare (tanti) soldi in un settore i cui sviluppi sono alquanto incerti (siamo sicuri che la guida autonoma avrà davvero un futuro?)

daimlerchrysler ha scritto:
BMW ha inoltre annunciato di aver trovato un accordo con i sindacati per tagliare 6.000 posizioni.
Daimler dovrebbe entro fine estate annunciare il proprio piano di cost cutting. Dovrebbero andare via ben 15.000 dipendenti.
A pensare male, è più semplice diminuire il personale prima di una eventuale operazione straordinaria che non dopo. Se ci fosse una qualsiasi forma di fusione, con i riflettori addosso sarebbe difficile licenziare o bloccare il turno over per oltre 20.000 posizioni, ma ora, con la crisi Covid montante, ciascuna delle due realtà può invocare la crisi stessa per giustificare i licenziamenti a scopo di slavare le aziende. Che poi i Quandt non ne vogliano sapere, ci sta, ma non sono certamente fessi e immagino siano consapevoli dei tempi difficili in arrivo.


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MessaggioInviato: sab giu 20, 2020 5:44 pm 
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In caso di fusione Daimler e BMW i tagli dovrebbero essere massicci eppure si potrebbe creare un gruppo con un EBIT potenziale da 25 miliardi di euro, davanti addirittura a Vw. Daimler sta andando avanti con la separazione della divisione dei camion per cui si aspetterà comunque la fine della crisi.


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MessaggioInviato: mer ott 28, 2020 11:11 pm 
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Mini has offered the first official hints about how it plans to expand its electrified line-up, following the recent launch of the all-electric Mini hatchback.

Outlining its product strategy for the near future, the brand said it will "enable customers all over the world to have emission-free driving with a completely electrified model family" while still offering "highly efficient petrol and diesel engines, which continue be an ideal solution for target groups and regions whose mobility needs are not yet met by all-electric vehicles".



Confirmed to be joining the new Mini Electric in showrooms will be a new crossover EV, which was first detailed by Autocar earlier this year. Developed as part of the brand's Chinese joint venture with Great Wall Motors, it will sit atop a new platform and take its power from a new generation of cobalt-free batteries of undisclosed capacity.

Further details of the new EV are thin on the ground, but it's possible it will revive the dormant Paceman nameplate and go on to form the basis of a replacement for parent company BMW's eight-year-old i3 hatchback.



A date for the electric crossover's launch has not yet been given, but the Zhangjiagang factory where it will be built, 85 miles from Shanghai, is set to go into operation in 2022. The factory will also build the long-awaited production version of the 2011 Rocketman concept, which will be positioned below the Mini Electric in the maker's line-up.

Likely to share the bulk of its powertrain and platform with the Chinese-market Ora K1, the Rocketman will be heavily geared towards urban use, with a maximum range of around 218 miles and ultra-compact proportions, including a length of less than 3.5m.

The product strategy also mentions a new EV in the small car segment, which will likely be the MPV-shaped Traveller scooped by Autocar earlier this year.

As reported by Autocar, that model will use BMW's front- and four-wheel-drive-compatible FAAR platform and be available with combustion and plug-in hybrid powertrains in addition to the fully electric option.

Mirroring BMW's 'Power of Choice' approach, Mini remains committed to developing new combustion powertrains alongside the ramp-up of its electric offering. The next-generation Countryman SUV, for example, will continue to be available with pure-combustion and electrified powertrains, while the brand's 'small car models' will retain combustion engines exclusively.

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Also set to receive a combustion option is a new crossover model, which, Mini brand boss Bernd Körber previously told Autocar, will be similar in size to its BMW X3 sibling, making it Mini's largest model to date.

The brand is marking 20 years since its resurrection at the hands of BMW following the collapse of the MG Rover Group several years previously. While it is plotting expansion into new, larger model lines, it remains committed to "creative use of space" and says every new model of the brand will "continue to be a typical Mini, with a maximum of interior space, exciting drive and individuality, achieved on the smallest footprint amongst its competitors".

Körber said: "It is part of our responsibility to the brand and the community to preserve the unique character of Mini. That is why every new model from our brand in future will be unmistakably a Mini."

Da anni ci sono speculazioni sul futuro di Mini, adesso BMW ha fatto un pò di chiarezza.
Come temuto diverse Mini avranno una base cinese, vi saranno prodotte una Mini elettrica più corta di 3,5 mt, un crossover compatto elettrico sotto i 4 mt destinato a sostituire la BMW i3 e un minivan.
Sul pianale BMW a trazione anteriore invece arriveranno l’erede della Countryman previsto per il 2023 e un suv medio delle dimensioni della X3.
Scelte alquanto curiose :?


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MessaggioInviato: gio nov 19, 2020 10:55 am 
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FRANKFURT -- BMW said it will retool its German factories to build electric cars and components and shift manufacturing of combustion engines to plants in England and Austria as part of a broader shift toward low-emissions cars.

"By the end of 2022 all our German factories will make at least one fully electric car," Milan Nedeljkovic, BMW's board member responsible for production, said in a statement on Wednesday.

BMW's plant in Munich, Germany, which currently builds 4-, 6-, 8- and 12-cylinder combustion engines, will be retooled to make next-generation electric vehicles with a 400 million euro investment until 2026.

BMW said production of 8- and 12-cylinder engines will move from Munich to Hams Hall in England, and other engines will be made in Steyr, Austria.

Plants in Munich, Dingolfing and Regensburg in the German state of Bavaria, where BMW is based, will receive most of the investments.

The BMW i4 full-electric car will be built in Munich; a full-electric version of the 5-series and 7-series cars will be made in Dingolfing, Germany; and an electric X1 will be produced in Regensburg.

BMW said the number of staff at its Dingolfing factory making electric car powertrains, will double to 2,000 workers.

BMW's plant in Leipzig, Germany, will start manufacturing the Mini Countryman in combustion engine and electric versions, and the Regensburg and Leipzig plants are being prepared to make battery modules.

BMW will improve its cost structure by 500 million euros by the end of the year, the company also said.

Factories across the globe are clamoring for investment into next-generation cars as electric vehicles gain traction with consumers and as governments hasten the demise of the combustion engine.

Germany on Wednesday unveiled a 3-billion-euro ($3.56 billion) scheme to promote low-emissions cars and Britain said it will ban the sale of new gasoline and diesel cars and vans from 2030.

A partire dal 2022 BMW progressivamente terminerà la produzione di motori in Germania, continuerà in Austria e nel Regno Unito.
Mala tempora currunt


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Munich. The BMW Group is speeding up the shift towards electromobility and strengthening its global network for production of electrified vehicles. The company is investing 400 million euros in a new vehicle assembly at the main plant in Munich and concentrating its European production activities for internal combustion engines at the Steyr and Hams Hall locations. “We are systematically implementing our electrification strategy. By the end of 2022, each of our German plants will be producing at least one fully electric vehicle,” according to Milan Nedeljković, member of the Board of Management of BMW AG responsible for Production.



The BMW Group has one of the automotive industry's most flexible production systems worldwide. “We are capable of producing both vehicles with combustion engines and electric drive trains on a single line and responding flexibly to customer requests,” said Nedeljković: “This is a crucial success factor.” Nedeljković has been in charge of the Production Division for just over a year. “During the Covid-19 crisis, we have proved that we can respond swiftly and effectively to even highly volatile market developments and, at the same time, permanently improve our cost structure,” underlined the Production head. “The progress made this year will reduce our fixed costs by about half a billion euros by the end of the coming year.




Construction of new vehicle assembly at Plant Munich

The BMW Group is systematically gearing its main plant in Munich towards the future. Following the expansion of the body shop and construction of a new resource-efficient paint shop between 2016 and 2018, the company will be investing around 400 million euros in a new vehicle assembly between now and 2026. “We are continually developing Plant Munich towards electromobility and creating efficient and competitive production structures for this purpose,” explained Nedeljković. “This decision signals our strong commitment to the Munich location.”



Manfred Schoch, Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Chairman of the European and General Works Council of BMW AG: “The decision to build a new assembly at our almost 100-year-old Munich plant shows that transformation can secure, and even create, industrial jobs in the heart of the city – if it is approached strategically, and with courage. This decision provides a model for successful transformation in the German industry.”



The future assembly and its production processes will be designed for a new cluster architecture geared towards electric drive trains. Nedeljković: “This architecture will be in use from the middle of the decade. It will ramp up for the first time at our future plant in Debrecen, Hungary, before being rolled out across our global production network in stages.”



The new assembly in Munich will be built on the site currently used for engine production. The combustion engines with four, six, eight and 12 cylinders produced there will be manufactured at the company’s locations in Steyr in Austria and Hams Hall in the UK going forward. “Restructuring our engine production network is a strategic move geared towards the future. We are also boosting our efficiency and optimising our capacity utilisation,” explained Nedeljković.



Engine production will be relocated from Munich in stages by no later than 2024.

The employees will go on to work in different planning and production areas at the Munich location or other sites in Bavaria. At its Competence Centre for E-Drive Production in Dingolfing alone, the company will increase employee numbers from 1,000 currently to up to 2,000. “The transformation of our plants and securing future jobs go hand in hand,” underlined Ilka Horstmeier, member of the Board of Management of BMW AG responsible for Human Resources, with regard to the upcoming structural changes in engine production. “Here in Munich, we will prove once again that the BMW workforce can handle change. Our employees will receive intensive support and training throughout this process.” More than 50,000 people at BMW Group have already been trained for electromobility since 2009.



Transformation towards electromobility

The realignment of the production network is based on three priorities: transformation towards electromobility and digitalisation; efficiency of processes and structures; and sustainability in production and logistics. The expansion of electromobility in the production network continues. Our Chinese plant in Dadong also began producing the BMW iX3* this year. “By the end of 2022, all German plants will have at least one fully-electric vehicle in their programme,” underlined Nedeljković. From next year, the BMW i4 and BMW iX* will come off the production lines in Munich and Dingolfing respectively. Fully-electric variants of the new BMW 7 Series and the future BMW 5 Series are also ready to go in Dingolfing. Plant Regensburg will also start manufacturing the new BMW X1 in 2022, which will be available both with an combustion engine and a fully-electric drive train. From 2023, BMW Group Plant Leipzig, which has built the iconic BMW i3* electric car since 2013, will produce the successor to the MINI Countryman, with a combustion engine and as a fully-electric variant.



At the same time, the BMW Group is expanding its capacity for manufacturing electric drive trains. The company is investing in production equipment for highly integrated e-drives and high-voltage batteries at the Competence Centre for E-Drive Production in Dingolfing. The Leipzig and Regensburg locations are also currently setting up equipment for production of battery modules and high-voltage batteries from 2021. In parallel, the company is also increasing production capacity for e-drive housings at Plant Steyr.

“Allocating capacity in this way places a deliberate emphasis on the flexibility of our plants and makes them more efficient and more competitive. Long-term agreements with employee representatives also play an important part in this,” added Nedeljković

Qualche notizia aggiuntiva riguardo alla riorganizzazione produttiva degli impianti tedeschi di BMW.
I4 e I next saranno prodotte a Monaco e Dingolfing a partire dal terzo trimestre 2021. La IX3 proverrà esclusivamente dalla Cina.
Le future serie 5 e 7 avranno varianti elettriche. La I3 terminerà il suo corso nel 2023 quando verrà sostituita dalla Mini Countryman, con motore a combustione ed elettrica. La X1/IX1 verrà prodotta a Regensburg.


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