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2014 VW GTI, McLaren P1, Tesla's Revenue: Today's Car News

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McLaren P1 supercar, leaked images

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The new 2014 Volkswagen GTI has been revealed before its debut at the Paris Auto Show. It will join the rest of the new 2014 Golf range on the auto show floor this week, and while this GTI is technically being called a concept, it's a thinly veiled look at the actual production car due next year.

More photos of the McLaren P1 design study leaked onto the Internet before its formal debut at the Paris Auto Show. The new images reveal its fighter jet-like glass canopy and massive rear wing. We also get a better look at the headlights, which feature LED daytime running lights, and the rear end, which features a massive carbon fiber diffuser.

Despite positive reactions to the Model S electric car, Tesla has cut its 2012 revenue forecast from over $560 million to somewhere between $400 million to $440 million. Plans to deliver the first 5,000 Model S units is taking longer than Tesla has anticipated.

For these stories and all of today's car news, be sure to check the links below.

BMW M Performance 7-Series To Be Named M750i?

Lexus Cuts Production Over China Tensions: Report

Mercedes-Benz Pushes The Design Envelope - For Motor Yachts

2014 Volkswagen Golf GTI Preview: 2012 Paris Auto Show

Tesla Cust 2012 Revenue Forecast Due To Slow Model S Roll-Out

McLaren P1 Revealed More In New Leaked Photos

Bernie Ecclestone On New Jersey Grand Prix: "Fuggedaboutit!"

California Governor Signs Bill To Set Laws For Autonomous Cars

Upcoming Mercedes Marketing Offensive To Include Super Bowl Spots

Infiniti Holds The (Pricing) Line On 2013 G37 Models

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