GENEVA, March 7 BMW Chief Executive
Harald Krueger said a new electric Mini could be built in
Germany, the Netherlands or the United Kingdom in the wake of
Britain's exit from the European Union.
"It can be produced in several locations because of the
vehicle architecture," Krueger said at a roundtable discussion
at the Geneva car show.
BMW is looking at Oxford in England, Born, the Netherlands
and Leipzig and Regensburg in Germany as potential production
locations, Krueger said.
A decision about where to build the car will be taken this
year, Krueger said.
(Reporting by Edward Taylor; Editing by Victoria Bryan)