The 2014 BMW X5 has been spied, and though it brings no real surprises, it's expected to be lighter--and it looks a bit sleeker, too. We're still a year away from its release, however, so specifics are few.
Chevy has taken the photographic wraps off of its 2013 Camaro 1LE model, which packs a host of suspension and handling upgrades into an SCCA-intended package--fans of track driving without paying for nuclear warhead engine ratings, rejoice.
And OnStar has announced that its system is compatible with peer-to-peer car sharing services like RelayRides, allowing owners to generate some income from renting out their cars to strangers.
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