100 years ago it was the birth of the Munich-based company with the blue and white propeller logo. Today BMW is the fourth largest company in Germany with 120,000 employees in 30 plants around the globe.
The bloc's anti-trust officials have searched the offices of the premium carmaker this week in a probe investigating BMW and four other German automobile firms for suspected anti-competitive practices.
This year marks BWW's 100th anniversary. The German carmaker has created a center for classic cars at the company's first manufacturing site.
Italian-American carmaker Fiat-Chrysler has joined an alliance to develop self-driving vehicles. The project has been led Germany's BMW Group, Intel and its Israeli subsidiary Mobileye and is open to more partners.
German premium carmaker BMW has experienced production disruptions at several of its locations. The problems have been caused by a steering gear part that supplier Bosch has been unable to deliver in time.
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