FRANKFURT — BMW said it will retool its German factories to make electric powered autos and factors and shift producing of combustion engines to plants in England and Austria as aspect of a broader shift towards low-emission automobiles.

“By the end of 2022 all our German factories will make at minimum 1 completely electric vehicle,” Milan Nedeljkovic, BMW’s board member dependable for manufacturing, mentioned in a assertion on Wednesday.

BMW’s plant in Munich, Germany, which at present builds 4-, 6-, 8- and 12-cylinder combustion engines, will be retooled to make following-era electric powered autos with a 400 million euro investment decision till 2026.

BMW said output of 8- and 12-cylinder engines will move from Munich to Hams Corridor in England, and other engines will be built in Steyr, Austria.

Plants in Munich, Dingolfing and Regensburg in the German state of Bavaria, wherever BMW is centered, will receive most of the investments.

The BMW i4 full-electric auto will be built in Munich a entire-electric powered variation of the 5-collection and 7-series vehicles will be made in Dingolfing, Germany and an electric powered X1 will be manufactured in Regensburg.

BMW explained the amount of workers at its Dingolfing manufacturing facility earning electric powered vehicle powertrains, will double to 2,000 staff.

BMW’s plant in Leipzig, Germany, will commence producing Mini Countryman in combustion motor and electric powered variations, and the Regensburg and Leipzig vegetation are being prepared to make battery modules.

BMW will enhance its charge construction by 500 million euros by the stop of the year, the business also claimed.

Factories throughout the world are clamoring for financial commitment into following-technology cars as electrical vehicles get traction with shoppers and as governments hasten the demise of the combustion motor.

Germany on Wednesday unveiled a 3-billion-euro ($3.56 billion) plan to promote small-emission cars and trucks and Britain stated it will ban the sale of new gasoline and diesel vehicles and vans from 2030.