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 |  Apr 16 2010, 12:02 PM


Chevrolet will unveil a new Orlando-based concept car at the Beijing Auto Show, powered by an adapted version of the powerplant found in the Chevy Volt. The team at GMInsideNews has provided us with a patent sketch for the vehicle, which was filed in August of 2009, but made available just yesterday. Associated with the sketch is GM designer Bob Boniface, the lead designer for the Volt.

The vehicle also appears to be the very same model that GM leaked in a YouTube video last year. Seen below, the Orlando-based model is smaller than the Orlando, but most certainly displays Volt-like styling.

We’ll be sure to bring you more when Chevrolet officially unveils this concept in Beijing later this month.

GALLERY: Chevy Orlando Voltec Concept


[Source: GMI]