Chevrolet Volt MPV5, sketch

It's bigger. It's roomier. It's the Chevrolet Volt MPV5 concept.
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Chevrolet Volt MPV5, front

Though we're confused by the concept of a Volt crossover, the design cues do translate well onto the CUV profile.
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Chevrolet Volt MPV5, rear

The MPV5 concept is targeted at the rapidly growing Chinese auto market, with no announced plans to market such a vehicle in North America.
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Chevrolet Volt MPV5, side

Under its hood, the MPV5 is powered by the same Voltec power train as the original Volt, but its zero-emissions EV range has been reduced to 32 miles (down from 40). We're not sure if this is due to the increased weight, aerodynamic drag, or a combination of the two.
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Chevrolet Volt MPV5, detail

The Volt MPV5 concept features power-saving details, such as this LED-illuminated rear-lighting cluster.
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Chevrolet Volt MPV5, interior

Inside, there's the same iPod-inspired cabin that we hope to see in the North American version of the Volt.
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Chevrolet Volt MPV5, interior

We're willing to bet those seats don't make it to production, but wouldn't it be cool if they did?
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Chevrolet Volt MPV5, cutaway

With more generous dimensions and a large cargo area, the MPV5 should seat five passengers. Wait, doesn't the sedan already seat five?
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Chevrolet Volt MPV5, dashboard

The white center cluster is capped by a retractable LCD, where the majority of the infotainment interactions take place.
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