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The Chinese like long-wheelbase versions of sedans, because execs like to be able to stretch out while the drivers ferry them about - and the country, if you didn't know, has a whole lot of executives. Audi sells a stretched A4 there, and BMW evidently feels the market looks robust enough for a long-wheelbase 3 Series Li. Why not just get a 5 Series, you ask? Because the man says he wants a longer 3 Series, and he's got cash...

Reports indicate this is a China-only model that will bow at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show. Its platform, though, is also expected to underpin the 3 Series GT. That car might come to America, and if so it will offer some extra rear legroom for us and certainly be just as interesting to look at as this long-wheelbase model.

Chevrolet Volt MPV5 Concept
2010 Chevrolet Volt MPV5 Concept - Click above for high-res image gallery

General Motors has submitted an application to trademark "Crossvolt" as a possible name for the bigger, MPV-style version of the Chevrolet Volt that's in the works. Chevrolet's patent application for the Crossvolt handle doesn't mean it's settled on a name for the family-friendly plug-in just yet. To keep us guessing, Chevrolet also has trademarks pending on the Chevrolet Amp and Chevrolet Strobe names as well.

Whatever the General decides to call its enlarged Volt, it will likely wind up looking similar to the Volt MPV5 Concept Chevrolet revealed at last year's Beijing Motor Show. Expect the eco-friendly soccer practice taxi to be in the same size range as the Chevrolet Orlando.



[Source: Car and Driver]
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