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Stuffing in stuff
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A folding cover extends the entire length of the Mini Crossover Concept's roof. The roof can be opened from the front or rear or both.

Inside, the Crossover Concept has four individual seats rather than having a rear bench seat. The two back seats are of the same design as the front seats.

As with other crossover SUVs, the back seats on this concept vehicle fold flat to allow loading of long cargo. The opening roof also allow cargo to stick out the top.

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Last updated September 10 2008: 12:35 PM ET
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