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M4 Coupe Spied, More Bespoke Lambos, New Cadillac Boss: Today's Car News

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Lamborghini confirmed it will continue to develop and offer bespoke one-off cars like the Aventador J and limited production Sesto Elemento. A new prototype and concept development center has opened at the automaker's headquarters in Sant'Agata, Italy, and will be responsible for many of the new beauties.

We've spied the M3's replacement testing all over Europe and in the U.S. too. There will be sedan, coupe, and convertible variants available when the M3 replacement launches, though BMW is looking to differentiate coupe and sedan models by using a different naming structure this time around.

Turbo supplier Honeywell said it believes that 25 percent of new vehicles in the U.S. will be turbocharged by 2017. This would represent around four million turbocharged cars if Honeywell's projections hold true.

For all these stories and others, be sure to check the links below.

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2014 BMW M4 Coupe Spy Video

More Bespoke Lamborghinis On The Way

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Cadillac Hires Lobbyist As New Global Boss, Ponders New Models

HSV Testing Supercharged V-8 For New F Series, Could Feature In Chevy SS

Tuner Builds Replica 1-Series M Coupe With Previous M5's V-10

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