DETROIT – Capacity-constrained BMW AG is mulling additional expansion of its Spartanburg, SC, assembly plant, the auto maker’s top U.S. executive says. Tom Purves, CEO of BMW (US) Holding Group, says Spartanburg is running “flat out” with overtime in order to meet demand of Z3 sports cars and X5 cross/utility vehicles (CUVs). The plant already has increased capacity by 80% over the last two years, BMW says, but there remains room for expansion. The X5, with sales of 82,700 worldwide last ...

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