BMW Clubs Australia
It is this special enthusiasm that connects BMW enthusiasts with each other around the world. Whether on two wheels or four, BMW vehicles were and continue to be exceptional, the joy of driving is synonymous with BMW.
BMW Club and Community Management publish a newsletter each quarter which showcases BMW Clubs around the world.
Included in the latest Newsletter is a history of the BMW factory at Dingolfing, an hour's train ride from Munich.
The output from the Dingolfing plant is 1600 BMWs per day. Each vehicle is bespoke. The painted body, wheels, trim, seats, arrive just in time. All marked by bar codes. At a single point the 2 separate assembly lines converge.BMW Clubs Australia is able to assist in tours of the BMW facilities.
The painted body shell arrives from one side and the chassis with motor and differential from the other side. The two are bolted together and continue on as you watch as electrics, interiors, seats, windscreens, wheels are installed on the assembly line.
BMW Classic building
BCCM would love to receive an article from a club from BMW Clubs Australia to include in a future newsletter.
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