Statement Harald Krüger at Press Meeting BMW Group / Visit by Business Secretary, Dr. Vince Cable, 09 July 2012

Posted: July 9, 2012 by rredrraven in Automobiles, Cooper, Ferman MINI of Tampa Bay, JCW, MINI, MINI GP, MINI Motorsports, MINI of Tampa Bay, MINI United, MINIs on the Dragon
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Today, MINI is one of the automotive industry’s fastest-growing brands: MINI has become a truly global success and is gaining new fans every day.
We currently have more than 1,500 dealers in over 100 markets. We aim to expand our MINI family from six current models to ten. And we are in the fortunate position of having more ideas for MINI than we can currently realise.
As I’m sure you’ll remember, three years ago MINI celebrated its 50th birthday. Over the last decade, the BMW Group has gone from strength to strength. One of our greatest successes has been to develop MINI into a global brand. We are very proud – together with our colleagues here in UK – of this achievement.
MINI will continue to expand its market position in the future and conquer new markets all around the world.

FYI to all of you MINI enthusiasts…This press release reconfirms what we already know and love. But it’s so awesome to see it in print…that MINI is strong as ever and will continue to grow as a brand. Thank you MINI and BMW for making so many people happy!

Motor ON!

Statement Harald Krüger at Press Meeting BMW Group / Visit by Business Secretary, Dr. Vince Cable, 09 July 2012.

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