yo hater, i think u probally never been to china. you would be amazed how many bmw and benz you see on the streets. when my uncle got out of the restraunt and searched for his car, he could bearly find it because there are so many white bmw's parked everywhere. but of course now the chinese would look into zhonghua's and hongqi's.
just a reflection of the fact that whilst everything about car design is a compromise, rear seat accommodation has a higher relative importance in the chinese market than in the west because a higher proportion of people are 'driven' rather than 'driving'.
if you want to try to use this to take the p1ss out of china, go ahead, but I don't think it furthers your argument.
other cars stretched for china only include VW Passat, maybe the Audi A6 (not sure of that one), SAIC Roewe, a version of PSA elysee and even there is a stretched chery windcloud.
Also 7 series BMW has two versions, and the 750Li variant of the BMW 7 series' single biggest market was and may still be china.
This only goes to show you that the Chinese car market is important enough for car makers to come up with specific designs to suit the taste of Chinese consumers - it's only the second largest car market in the world you know.