Over the past few decades, BMW South Africa has moved from operating as a Completely Knocked Down (CKD) vehicle production plant, assembling vehicles with limited customization possibilities for the local market, to a world class plant capable of producing customized cars for discerning customers across the globe.

This evolution is largely due to BMW's billion rand investment in the Rosslyn plant in the mid 90's. The investment, used to upgrade the production facility into one of the most modern in the world, brought Rosslyn in line with other BMW plants across the world and earned it the title of BMW World Plant Rosslyn. BMW recently announced the decision to invest a further R2 billion into the South African facility in preparation for the production of future models





It is anticipated that the upgraded plant will be capable of producing up to 60 000 units per annum. This will, in turn, result in a substantial increase in BMW's export capacity to R50 billion worth of BMW exports from South Africa over the lifecycle of future models.

BMW South Africa Rosslyn plant recently started with the production of the fifth generation of the 3 Series. This was the first time in the history of the plant that the production of the new model happened at the same time with the German plants


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