The project is part of a $1.7 billion investment in U.S. operations that includes a partnership with a Japanese electric vehicle technology company that will result in a $700 million facility built in Woodruff, S.C.
Over the last few weeks, Greenville and Spartanburg County Councils have heard out the public on whether Volvo Cars USA’s fee-in-lieu-of-tax agreements should be approved.
S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster signed and announced a new executive order that will help support the increase of electric vehicle production and coordinate infrastructure for the industry in the state.
An electric car company is expanding its operations in Greenville County.
BMW opened a new $20 million training center today with a goal of promoting creative learning, fostering innovation and advancing technical skills in a changing automotive industry.
The Draxlmaier Group, a supplier to the automotive industry, has named Michael Wolf the new manager of production plant in Duncan. He took over the new role Oct. 1.
Boysen USA, a subsidiary of the German-based Boysen Group, plans to expand its South Carolina presence with a new operation in Spartanburg County. The $4.5 million investment will create 88 new jobs.
A java green metallic BMW X6 M rolled off the assembly line today, 30 years after the company broke ground on the BMW Manufacturing plant in Spartanburg County. Though it will never hit the streets, the vehicle is
Construction of the nearly 1 million square foot facility, which is the new center for X models, called LCX, involved building two private bridges over Interstate 85 and Freeman Farm Road.
An ordinance authorizing the execution and delivery of a FILOT agreement between the county and Volvo Cars USA with respect to certain economic development property in the county was unanimously approved Tuesday.
The Greenville Area Development Corp. today confirmed reports that Volvo Cars USA is seeking a fee-in-lieu-of-taxes agreement to invest more than $42 million in a tooling facility. The GADC said in a statement that Volvo Cars USA does
Argo AI has been testing self-driving cars in urban situations in places like Miami and Austin, Texas, but is drawing closer to its plan of testing the technology on a high-speed closed track in Greenville.