BMW AG will raise Mini production by 10% over the next three years at its Oxford, U.K., plant. Currently BMW builds about 160,000 Minis annually at Oxford, and CEO Helmut Panke tells Reuters they’d like to increase output there to 180,000 units annually. Demand has been good for the vehicle in the U.K. and U.S., especially for the Cooper and Cooper S models, which were not expected to sell as well as the basic Mini One model. About 60%-70% of Minis sold are the pricier Cooper and Cooper ...
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