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Camaro 1LE, Recalls, Acura NSX Shares With RL: Car News Headlines

 
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Chevrolet has seemed one step behind Ford when it comes to the Camaro and Mustang battle, despite the Camaro selling more cars. Today, the company took the lid off its new 1LE package, which takes aim at the Boss 302's track capabilities. Check out the details in the link below.

Recalls are upon us like the pollen and sunshine of spring are: BMW has called in 1.3 million of its cars for a battery issue that could cause a fire, and Porsche is bringing in the 911 Carrera S for a fuel line issue that could also cause a fire.

The Acura NSX could share its all-wheel-drive hybrid system with the Acura RL according to the latest reports. Is it good that Acura will move its tech throughout the brand, or is it a bad sign that a powertrain designed for an ostensible supercar could be found in an ordinary luxury sedan? We're not quite sure yet.

Catch all of these stories and more in the day's car news headlines below.

2013 Chevy Camaro Gets Updated Interior And New 1LE Package

2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S Recalled For Potential Fuel Line Leak

BMW Recalls 1.3 Million 5 And 6-Series Models, Including 367,000 In U.S.

2013 Acura RL To Feature NSX Hybrid All-Wheel Drive System

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