FRANKFURT, Germany — In an interview at its pre-show dinner, a top BMW AG official says the automaker will "definitely" offer its upcoming 1-Series car in the U.S., likely six to nine months after it is introduced in Germany in 2004, assuming the automaker follows its typical introduction schedule. BMW officials will not confirm where the new car will be built, but the most likely current scenario will see it being assembled in the company’s newly announced factory in Leipzig in Eastern ...
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