The manufacturer of BMW is Bayerische Motoren Werke, a Bavarian automobile and motorcycle designer and manufacturer famed for its line of luxury sport and family vehicles produced under the BMW aegis. BMW exports to many European, Asian and American countries and also has manufacturing plants at several locations in the United States including one plant in New Jersey and another in Pennsylvania.
BMW's overall corporate headquarters and most of their plants are located in Europe which their center of operations remaining in Bavaria where the business was founded. While many of the company's so-called imports are produced in the countries in which they'll be sold, some are actually shipped from Bavaria to secondary markets.
BMW has a famed engineering department engaged in rigorous interrogation of the company's core mechanical conceits. They have incorporated a wide range of digital equipment into their 21st century product runs and are widely known for having stood at the forefront of incorporating computer systems into their automobile designs to enhance their efficiency.
BMW's offices and plants in the U.S. opened in 1975 and expanded to include motorcycle design and production in 1980. Since then, BMW has been a major presence in the U.S. automobile market and an award contender in yearly automobile releases.