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2011 BMW X3 fills out, adds a dash of sport

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First details on 2011 BMW X3 leak out

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BMW teasing 2011 X3 well in advance

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BMW wants more people to custom-order X3s with high-margin options

When the second generation X3 goes on sale early next year BMW wants more of its American customers to start special ordering the crossovers rather than buying them off the lot. Custom orders are more the norm in Europe where about half of all BMWs are spec'd up before being delivered to the buyer, and BMW has been promoting its Individual program which allows customers to pick and choose the colors an

Spy Shots: BMW X3 ActiveHybrid spotted testing?

Yet another prototype BMW X3 has been spotted out and about going through its final rounds of testing before it hits the streets later this year. While this most recent one didn't trigger any car bomb scares in Manhattan, it does have one feature that has led AutoExpress to speculate that this could be BMW's next hybrid model.

BREAKING: BMW X3 prototype reportedly causes bomb scare outside NY museum

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Spy Shots: 2011 BMW X3 out and about in Munich

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REPORT: BMW X3 U.S. launch delayed by up to 6 months for custom order effort

According to BMW of North America's president, Jim O'Donnell, the Roundel crew will delay the launch of the 2011 BMW X3 by six months to establish a new customer ordering program and iron out which engines will be available in the States.

Spy Shots: 2011 BMW X3

Boy howdy does that camouflage make it difficult to suss out what's underneath! BMW's cooking up a new X3, expected to drop in 2011, and the changes don't look to be huge. The smallest SAV – BMW's acronym for Stupid Ass Sports Activity Vehicle – will get rhinoplasty to bring some Concept CS cues to the X3. The heavy camo on the rear windows suggest that BMW might be addressing some of the awkwardness that afflicts the current model, a definite plus. Word is that much