How MINIs are made
Visit our Plants

Visit Our Plants.

This Is Where The Magic Happens.

Visit Our Oxford Plant.


About Plant Oxford.

Plant Oxford is the heart of MINI. It's where all the parts are assembled and come together to make road-ready MINI models.

It’s the largest and oldest of the three MINI plants across the UK, including Plant Swindon where the body panels and some assemblies are made, and Plant Hams Hall which produces petrol engines.



Plant tours are back at Oxford! Our tours have had a refresh, so we’re excited to invite you to the iFactory Experience at MINI Plant Oxford. So, check your diary and book your tickets using the button below.

Our Swindon Plant.


About Plant Swindon.

Plant Swindon was born in 1955 – built by Pressed Steel Company to help produce car bodies. An extension of Plant Oxford and an essential part of the plant family.

Swindon's rich engineering heritage was ideal for recruiting fresh faces for the new plant. By December of the same year, the first two presses were in operation, and the first stamping was completed on New Year's Eve despite the building not being completed until July.


Where We're Based.

Bridge End Road
Stratton St. Margaret
Swindon SN3 4PE
01793 551000

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