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BMW launches EV battery output in Shenyang

BMW Group said its joint venture with Brilliance China Automotive Holdings opened an electrified vehicle battery plant in Shenyang.

The battery factory is BMW’s third; others are in Dingolfing, Germany, and Spartanburg, S.C.

The Shenyang plant will supply the BMW partnership’s nearby Dadong assembly plant, which produces a plug-in hybrid version of the BMW 5-series sedan.

The Dadong factory also is slated to build a plug-in hybrid version of the X3 crossover.

BMW’s Tiexi assembly plant in Shenyang produces a plug-in hybrid 1-series sedan along with a variety of conventional models.

The battery plant is part of an aggressive effort by BMW to ensure an adequate battery supply at a time when analysts predict a global battery capacity shortage. By 2025, BMW expects electrified models will account for 15 to 25 percent of its global sales.

Through September, the German automaker’s global deliveries of electrified vehicles jumped 64 percent to 68,687 units. For the full year, the company expects to sell 100,000 electrified vehicles worldwide.

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