The resurging popularity of large 3-row utility vehicles in the U.S. leads BMW to announce an expansion of its Spartanburg, SC, plant to assemble the new X7, which will be the brand’s largest vehicle, slotting in above the X5. During a ceremony to celebrate the announcement today at the plant, BMW Group Chairman Norbert Reithofer says U.S. dealers have demanded a more spacious product that competes with the Lexus LX, Mercedes GL, Cadillac Escalade, Lincoln Navigator and Infiniti ...

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