Since 1992 BMW has invested $7.8 Billion in South Carolina and has created over 8,000 jobs on its Spartanburg campus. Add to that the suppliers required to supply and support the campus, and BMW provides jobs for over 30,000 South Carolinians. The relationship between the automotive industry and the Upstate continues to grow and evolve almost daily. As a cornerstone for this cluster, BMW, the state of South Carolina, and Clemson University formed a partnership to establish a premiere automotive / motorsport research center in Greenville. The Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) is located on a 250-acre campus along I-85 in our region. CU-ICAR is home to the Clemson University Graduate Engineering Center that offers our region advanced degrees in automotive engineering and motorsport technology as well as BMW's Information Technology Research Center (ITRC).
Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research
International Transportation Innovation Center
Specialized Technical Training for Our Workforce
Greenville, SC Automotive Companies