It seems like BMW’s X3 is about to grab some extra attention relatively soon, particularly as far as the production process is concerned.
Not only that, but it will even be featured on TV, which strikes us as kind of odd, particularly considering how we haven’t heard anything new about the BMW X3 for around three months now.
The TV show isn’t really the news setting kind but one that wants to take an insight into the production techniques used by the Spartanburg employees in order to bring the F25 BMW X3 to life.
In case you haven’t guessed it by now, the show that will put the BMW X3’s production on TV is none other than National Geographic’s “Ultimate Factories”. A really fitting title for the Bavarian company’s products as they are still regarded as ultimate driving machines, despite new campaigns.
While they’re there, the Ultimate Factories will also be able to show you the later part of the multi-million dollar expansion BMW started at the South Carolina plant in September 2010. The expansion involves an enormous amount of effort and the addition of 1.5 million square feet of production space for the extended range of the BMW X3 F25 to be covered.
The new episode of Ultimate Factories featuring BMW’s X3 should air next month with the footage having been shot earlier in the year, in June and with editing well under way.
BMW’s Spartanburg plant hasn’t seen this much media attention since Marta Stewart went down there to see her own X3 roll off the production lines.