BMW says it has “delayed indefinitely” plans to launch the X1 cross/utility vehicle in the U.S. because its plant in Leipzig, Germany, is running at full capacity to meet strong demand in other markets. As recently as October, BMW executives said the X1 would arrive in the U.S. during the first half of 2011, slotting into the lineup just below the redesigned X3 CUV, which launched Sept. 1 at the expanded plant in Spartanburg, SC. Tom Plucinsky, BMW product and technology communications ...
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