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BMW SUV Models - BMW's award winning Sports Utility Vehicles and Crossover Cars are designed with ultimate driving pleasure in mind and play a huge role in the United Kingdom regarding the BMW Group.

The UK is the only place in the world where BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars are all represented by manufacturing operations.

BMW Operations in the UK

The group's operations continue with MINI production in Oxford, BMW produces its 4-cylinder petrol engines at its plant in north Warwickshire, and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited began manufacturing vehicles at its Goodwood plant in 2003.

The United Kingdom is considered to be BMW’s fourth largest sales market in the world. All BMW manufacturing plants (worldwide) are certified to the International Management Standard ISO 14001 for the environmental responsibilities.

BMW is loosely translated, and abbreviated, and stands for Bavarian Motor Works. The German automobile, motorcycle, and engine manufacturing company was founded in 1916 and still remains as one of the best-selling luxury automakers in the world.

BMW SUVs and Crossovers


BMW X4 SUV CarThe trendy coupe roof line and small boot make the X4 stand out most among any group of modern sports utilities vehicles.

The designers claim the BMW X4 SUV sporty profile makes it even more attractive. In reality, it's not as practical and it has a high price tag.

Read the full report of the awe-inspiring BMW X4 SUV review.


BMW X6 SUV CarThe styling of this mid-size luxury SUV divides judgment in some ways. But it is fast, luxurious and a thrill to drive.

BMW X6 Sports Activity Coupé models first hit the major markets in 2009. It introduced a car with excellent driving experience and a secure road presence.

Get all the details in the BMW X6 SUV review with specifications.

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MINI ElectricMINI ELECTRIC: BMW is going electric - again. They have dubbed this one 'the next chapter of MINI'. Well it is almost 10 years since the last offering.

The theme and concept is simple. They say the MINI Electric is 'measured in volts, but felt in pulse'. So, how much of a shock is the new range?

There's an easy way to find out - read the MINI Electric Concept car review.

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