According to Autocar MGR have sold MG to the Chinese. The 25 will be moving to China, the 75 will be made here (but a stretched version will be made over there). Longbridge will either get the new 45 or the new 25 but not both. The part of the Longbridge site which makes bodyshells will be redeveloped (doesn't say into what). However Autocar believe the deal is good because it will safeguard Longbridge and both marques. The Chinese are also extremely commited to making Longbridge pay! (a good thing I think). Oh and MGR get 30% of the total venture, but a UK managerial team (including Kevin Howe) should remain and get beefed up with high profile appointments as non exec directors. I've probably missed some stuff off but I'm at work, so I'm unable to do much better. Anyone able to expand on my summary for those without a copy?