The all-new 2011 BMW X3 is heading to dealers, but if you've already ordered yours, BMW has a treat for you. By creating an account on its website, you can actually watch your new baby BMW crossover being built at the company's Spartanburg, South Carolina, assembly plant.

There's nothing quite like touring a modern automobile factory. On one end of the plant are huge rolls of sheet metal, trainloads of tires, glass, wheels, and other parts. On the other end, cars pop out. It's mind-blowing.

While the video experience isn't quite the same, the fact that you'll be watching your own car get built makes up for it. BMW has set up seven cameras that monitor the assembly of your X3. After creating a MyBMW account and entering your new X3's VIN or order number, you can then watch your vehicle during final assembly, when it really takes shape.

Is yours already on its way to your driveway? Don't worry. There's no expiration date, so you can still watch it being built. You can even download it and share it with your friends. And imagine the fun you can have sending out videos entitled "Watch my baby being born!" with no fear of embarrassment on anybody's part.