Not all developers can continue to operate for a hundred years, and not all developers can successfully launch millions of cars.

2020 is a memorable day for BMW, because he successfully manufactured the 5 millionth car in the United States, and this 5 millionth car is the X5 M Competition.

This car is produced at the Spartanburg plant, which has been in operation for more than 25 years and has been in production since 1995.

The first car produced in this factory was the 1995 Z3 sports car. Four years later, the X5 was produced. In 2002, the Z3 was not in production and the Z4 was produced. In 2008, the factory produced the last Z car. The plant started producing X3 in 2010, X4 in 2014, and X7 in 2018.

X5 M Competition will use Toronto red metal finishes, 21-22 inch wheels, and Silverstone Full Merino leather interior. However, he is not sold on the market, but kept in the factory for collection.

The X5 M Competition is the company’s production car to celebrate the milestone. Like the Z4 M roadster, it is the one millionth BMW.

In front of this model, there are many production vehicles used to celebrate milestones, X6 xDrive35i, X3 xDrive35i, X5 xDrive50i, another X5 M, X4 xDrive20i, X3 xDrive M40i and X7 xDrive40.

The plant currently invests a total of 10.6 billion U.S. dollars, employs 11,000 workers, and is responsible for manufacturing SUVs for the brand’s global market. It is a very important factory for BMW.