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2014 Jaguar F-Type, Tesla Supercharger, Production McLaren P1: Car News Headlines

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2014 Jaguar F-Type

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While McLaren has finally revealed a concept version of the new P1 supercar ahead of its Paris Auto Show debut, a patent drawing might have revealed the production-ready design. The patent drawing looks similar to the concept version, but there are some very notable differences: the drawing featuring a longer hood than the concept and more cooling vents.

Tesla unveiled its Supercharger fast-charging system and announced the first six charging stations. Some of the electricity for these stations will come from solar panels and charging is offered free to all Model S owners. Tesla said eventually Model S owners will be able to drive across the country on electricity without paying a cent.

More photos of the highly anticipated Jaguar F-Type have leaked onto the Internet. The entire car has now been revealed from all angles, though we still haven't gotten a good look at the interior outside of a few trim bits. While we eagerly await the official reveal  at this week's Paris Auto Show, we are getting even more excited over the new design of this sexy sports car.

For these stories and all the latest car news be sure to check out the links below.

Audi Q2 Concept Tipped For Paris Auto Show.

GM Helps Build China's Biggest Proving Ground.

Goodyear To Field-Test Self-Inflating Tires In 2013.

Italian Fiat Plants May Build Chrysler And Jeep Models For U.S. Market: Report.

2014 Jaguar F-Type Revealed More In New Leaked Photos.

Production McLaren P1 Revealed In Patent Drawing?

Tesla "Supercharger" Fast-Charging System Has Landed.

BMW On Demand USA Offers Renters A Deal On The 328i.

The Most Important New Cars For 2013.

GM's Aluminum Welding Process Means Lighter Cars, Better Gas Mileage.

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