BMW AG completes construction on its new engine test building, housed in the auto maker’s research and innovation center in Munich. The building, which took 18 months to construct at a cost of €83 million ($89 million), integrates drivetrain development under one roof close to BMW’s design and development organization. BMW expects a reduction in development costs, as engineers will be able to conduct processes for new powertrain units in the facility’s new test stands. There ...
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