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The Volkswagen Group MLB platform is one of a range of automobile platforms of the Volkswagen Group. MLB stands for the German Modularer Längsbaukasten, which can be loosely translated as "Modular Longitudinal Matrix".[1] It is sometimes also referred to in English as MLP (Modular Longitudinal Platform).[2] This component matrix is intended to allow Volkswagen Group to design a wide variety of longitudinal, front-engined, front-wheel or four-wheel drive models using the same set of components. Cars based on MLB range from mid-size cars to full-size luxury cars. This technology forms the basis of a number of Audi models produced from 2007 onwards, and is also expected to be used for the 2011 Bentley Continental range. In MLB-based vehicles, the longitudinally-mounted engine and transmission are mounted further rearwards than in previous Volkswagen Group platforms, (shifting the centre of mass of the major mechanical components (engine and transmission) behind the front axle), and allowing an increase in the wheelbase without lengthening the car's overall exterior dimensions. Less front overhang means MLB-based models have a more even front:rear weight distribution.[3] Contents 1 Current MLB-based models 2 Future MLB-based models 3 See also 4 References 5 External links Current MLB-based models Audi A4 (B8) (Typ 8K)[2] Audi A5 (Typ 8T)[2] Audi Q5 (Typ 8R)[2][4] Audi A6 (C7) [2] Audi A7(Typ 4G) [2] Audi A8 (D4)(Typ 4H) Future MLB-based models Bentley Continental[5] See also Volkswagen Group MQB platform References ^ "Strategy "18 plus"". www.volkswagenag.com. Volkswagen AG. http://www.volkswagenag.com/vwag/nb09bis10/content/en/Strategie_und_Management/Strategie__18plus_.html. Retrieved 15 December 2009.  ^ a b c d e f "Exclusive Sneak Peek: Audi's 2009 A4". AudiWorld.com. 20 May 2007. http://www.audiworld.com/news/07/audi-b8-a4-sneak-peek/. Retrieved 1 October 2009.  ^ "Audi A5". www.autozine.org. 2007-05-01. http://www.autozine.org/Archive/Audi/new/A5.html. Retrieved 15 December 2009.  ^ "Beijing: Audi Downsizes with the 2009 Q5". Wired. 24 April 2008. http://blog.wired.com/cars/2008/04/beijing-audi-de.html. Retrieved 1 October 2009. "The Q5 borrows its MLP (Modular Longitudinal Platform) architecture from A5 coupe and 2009 A4 sedan and wagon"  ^ "Bentley Gives an Inside Look at the Next-Gen Continental Included". Motorauthority.com. 10 March 2009. http://www.motorauthority.com/blog/1032498_bentley-gives-an-inside-look-at-the-next-gen-continental. Retrieved 15 December 2009.  External links Volkswagen Group corporate website Audi corporate website v · d · eVolkswagen Group — companies, subsidiaries, people, technologies current Volkswagen Group main companies and subsidiaries passenger cars Volkswagen Passenger Cars • Audi AG • (quattro GmbH) • SEAT, S.A. • Škoda Auto • Lamborghini S.p.A. • Bentley Motors Ltd • Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. large vehicles Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles • Scania AB (publ) international Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. • Electronics Research Laboratory • Volkswagen do Brasil • Volkswagen Group China • Volkswagen Group in India • Volkswagen Group Ireland major interests Porsche AG • MAN SE • IAV GmbH • Suzuki Motor Corporation • Italdesign Giugiaro S.p.A defunct Volkswagen Group marques Auto Union • DKW • Horch • NSU • Wanderer Volkswagen, & VW Group executives (former and current) Maj. Ivan Hirst (REME) (former Managing Director) → Heinrich Nordhoff (former Managing Director) → Dr Kurt Lotz (former CEO) → Dr Rudolf Leiding (former CEO) → Toni Schmücker (former CEO) → Dr Carl Hahn (Chairman Emeritus) → Ferdinand Piëch (Chairman of the Supervisory Board) → Dr Bernd Pischetsrieder (former CEO) → Prof Dr Martin Winterkorn (current Chairman of the Board of Management) see also list of Volkswagen Group factories • list of Volkswagen Group platforms lists of VW Group engines North American Volkswagen engines petrol current petrol engines • discontinued petrol engines diesel current diesel engines • discontinued diesel engines VW Group technologies TDI • SDI • Pumpe Düse • Digifant • FSI • BlueMotion • DSG • ETKA • VAG-COM founder: Deutsche Arbeitsfront • Autostadt • Ehra-Lessien Annual revenue  €113.8 billion (2008) · Employees 369,928 (2008) · Stock symbol FWB: VOW3 · Website VolkswagenAG.com v · d · eAudi — a marque of the Volkswagen Group Volkswagen Group marques & companies Volkswagen Passenger Cars • Audi • quattro GmbH • SEAT • Škoda • Lamborghini • Bentley • Bugatti • Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles • Scania subsidiaries Audi do Brasil e Cia • Audi Hungaria Motor Kft. • Audi Senna Ltda. • Autogerma S.p.A. • Automobili Lamborghini Holding S.p.A • quattro GmbH • e-tron defunct Audi AG brands Auto Union • Horch • DKW • Wanderer • NSU see also list of Volkswagen Group factories • list of Volkswagen Group platforms • MLP • list of Volkswagen Group petrol engines • list of Volkswagen Group diesel engines • discontinued petrol engines • discontinued diesel engines • North American engines • quattro • multitronic • S tronic • procon-ten • MMI • Audi hybrid vehicles • Audi S and RS models current Audi passenger car range A1 • A3 • S3 • A4 • S4 • A4 allroad quattro • A5 • S5 • A6 • S6 • RS6 • A6 allroad quattro • A7 • A8 • S8 • TT • Q3 • Q5 • Q7 • R8 historic and discontinued models Audi Front • Audi 920 • Audi F103 • Audi 50 • Audi 80/90/4000/5+5 • Audi Quattro (Ur-Quattro) • Audi Coupé • Audi 4000CS quattro • Audi 100/200/5000 • Audi S2 • Audi RS2 Avant • Audi Ur-S4 & Ur-S6 • Audi V8 • Audi A2 • Audi Cabriolet • Audi RS4 motor racing cars rally cars: Quattro A1 & A2 • Sport Quattro • Sport Quattro S1 • LMP road race cars: R8R • R8C • R8 • R10 TDI • R15 TDI • R18 • LMS/GT road race cars: R8 LMS (R16) • Formula cars (engine suppliers): FPA • F2 concept cars Avus quattro • Rosemeyer • Steppenwolf • Avantissimo • Pikes Peak quattro • Nuvolari quattro • Le Mans quattro • RSQ • Shooting Brake • Roadjet • A3 TDI clubsport quattro • Sportback concept • R8 TDi Le Mans • e-tron (Frankfurt) • e-tron (Detroit) • e-tron Spyder • quattro concept founder: August Horch • Audi corporate website • A marque of the Volkswagen Group • Vorsprung durch Technik • Audi Channel • Audi Driving Experience This article about an automotive technology is a stub. 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