BMW launches its next-generation X1 compact cross/utility vehicle just 30 months after putting the current version on the market. The ’13 model comes from two sources: BMW’s Leipzig, Germany, assembly plant and the Tiexi, China, facility where the German auto maker and its joint-venture partner, Brilliance China Automotive Holdings, launched production in late May. The Chinese-built model will supply the local market and other Asian countries, while some of the ...

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