Cadillac Ciel four-seat convertible concept launch in Carmel, California, Aug 2011Enlarge Photo
GM is reportedly working on a new large-car platform called Omega, to underpin the future full-size vehicles for Cadillac. It won't be shared with Chevy or Buick, however--those brands' larger cars will ride on the Zeta II platform.
And the 2013 MINI Cooper hatchback has been spied in testing, revealing a familiar theme in a new package, though we don't expect anything too radical for the MINI's design. The big changes may be under the hood, where a three-cylinder engine is expected to come into play.
You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines below.
Nissan Breaks Ground For Mercedes-Benz/Infiniti Engine Plant In Tennessee
Magna Steyr To Build New Compact Infiniti In Austria
GM Plans New Omega Platform For Large, Rear-Wheel Drive Cars
2012 Tesla Model S: Coming In June, Projected 250-300 Miles At Highway Speeds
Ferrari Apologizes For Burning Rubber On Ancient Chinese Wall
This Mother's Day, Show You Love Her With Junked Car Parts
Updated BYD e6: First Drive Of Chinese Electric Crossover