An in-depth analysis of the current and future production strategies of BMW.
This all-in-one report focuses on mapping the key components BMW uses as well as the suppliers that provide them. The OEM's technological developments and direction are also discussed, including that of its electrification and autonomy strategies.
Further to this, BMW's sourcing processes and preferences are detailed, in addition to its manufacturing footprint.
IHS Markit definitions
Company and sales performance
Component sharing and platforms
Levels of vertical integration
Cost reduction strategies
Research and development
Lightweighting and materials
SWOT analysis for suppliers
Figure 1: BMW Group's sales performance by region (2013-19)
Figure 2: BMW Group's sales forecast by region (2019-26)
Figure 3: BMW AG's revenue, costs and EBITDA margin from 2015-19
Figure 4: Regional breakdown of BMW AG's total revenue for 2019
Figure 5: BMW Group's production forecast by region (2019-26)
Figure 6: Production forecast of BMW Group's main platforms (2019-26)
Figure 7: BMW Group's forecasted vertical integration of its e-motors
Figure 8: BMW's project phases, by supplier type
Figure 9: Regional split of BMW Group's direct and indirect purchasing for 2019
Figure 10: BMW AG's R&D spend versus net revenues
Figure 11: BMW Group's global production forecast by propulsion system design
Figure 12: Forecast of Mini and Rolls-Royce's propulsion system design split in 2026
Figure 13: BMW Group's e-mobility component suppliers (2019)
Figure 14: Forecast of BMW Group's level of autonomy, by vehicle volume
Figure 15: Forecast of BMW and Mercedes-Benz vehicles that are V2P-enabled
Figure 16: CFRP body of the BMW i3 (2013) at the OEM's Leipzig plant
Figure 17: BMW's Vision iNext 'Shy-Tech' smart fabric concept
Figure 18: Forecast of BMW and Mercedes-Benz vehicles with AR-HUDs
Figure 19: BMW 7-Series (2019) rear interior
Figure 20: BMW X6 (2019) ‘Welcome Light Carpet’ exterior lighting
Figure 21: Forecast of BMW Group's power steering use, by type (2019-26)
Figure 22: Forecast of HVWH use by BMW, Daimler and VW (2019-26)
Figure 23: Shared components on the NGB platform
Figure 24: Forecast of BMW Group's powertrain production, by fuel type
Figure 25: Suppliers for BMW Group's NGB engine platform components (2019)
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