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2014 BMW M3, IS-F Crushed, MINI Fires: Car News Headlines

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2014 BMW M3 Sedan spy shots

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The 2014 BMW M3 is looking good--though we're still not sure what's under the hood. Roding's Roadster 23 is looking good, too, as the latest spy shots reveal, putting a new twist on the track-day road car. One Lexus IS-F in California isn't looking so good, however, after being crushed--possibly for street racing. MINI's Cooper S might also be looking a bit the worse for wear, as an ongoing NHTSA investigation is checking the possibility of a fault that causes engine fires. All of this and more in the top stories of the past 24 hours below.

The 2014 BMW M3 is spied again.

The Roding Roadster 23 looks like the Audi R4, but it's potentially even better.

You can now configure your own 2012 BMW 3-Series thanks to the online configurator.

The holidays are the right time to buy a used, high mpg car.

A kid drives a Nissan GT-R, proving legions of Porsche fans right.

A Lexus IS-F has been crushed in California, potentially for street racing.

Buick is now making Pandora Internet Radio standard across its lineup.

The NHTSA is investigating the MINI Cooper S for a possible engine fire hazard.

Check out this video of the Audi e-tron Spyder on the road.

Toyota's 2013 Prius C compact hybrid has leaked--sort of.

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