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German auto media is reporting the Fengshang MPV, a high-roof econobox built by China's Jiangaling motors, is headed to Europe this November. It'll reportedly be released under the Landwind brand, which is most famously home to an SUV that looks awfully (the operative word) like a mid-1990s Honda Passport and turns into a John Chamberlain sculpture on impact. No word on whether the ~$12,000 model will be introduced at the Paris show, or if it'll get crash test ratings befitting a car built after 1988.

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