From Autoweek [IMGL]http://www.motoringalliance.com/forums/vbtube/photos/original/phpQfVgCp.jpg[/IMGL]Today, our illustrators have devised a rendition of what the 2011 Mini Crossman will look like, and it should fit in well within the brandâ€™s lineup. Based on multiple spy shots, illustrators have penned this peek at future product, and it appears likely that the Crossman could get Clubman-like doors in back. Weâ€™ve previously seen this during testing on the NÃ¼rburgring, and itâ€™s pretty close--though a bit toned down--from the concept shown last fall at the Paris motor show. Look for a production version at the Frankfurt show. Also look for all-wheel drive--a first for Mini--and increased ground clearance. The car would be assembled by Magna Steyr in Austria, which also is building the BMW X1, a sister vehicle on the same platform. Still, itâ€™s a Mini, so look for that go-kart driving feel. And if thereâ€™s any doubt as to whether this is coming to the United States, the internal code name was Colorado. To read more visit the AutoWeek New car news, road tests, blogs, pix and expert insight section.