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BMW to make all-electric Mini in UK; manufacturing grows at fastest pace in 22 ...
German carmaker BMW has announced that it will make its new all-electric Mini at its plant in Oxford. The Daily Telegraph first reported on Monday that BMW was close to announcing Oxford as the site for production of the first electric version of the Mini.
BMW to build electric Mini in UK  
Electric Mini to be built in Oxford  
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