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Reborn Buick Grand National, Vettel Is F1 Champ, New Audi Supercar: Today’s Car News

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There’s a new report out claiming Buick’s set to revive its Grand National badge, which of course means new versions of the T-Type and GNX. There’s more to the story, however, as the new Grand National, which is tipped to ride on GM’s Alpha platform, could be developed alongside the next-generation Holden Commodore.

Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel has been crowned 2012 Formula One World Champion. This is the German youngster’s third championship in a row, which means he joins an exclusive club that includes other legends such as Michael Schumacher and Juan-Manuel Fangio.

Audi bosses believe there’s plenty of room above the R8 for a new supercar. This new model would be a showcase of Audi’s race-winning technology featured in the R18 e-tron quattro Le Mans prototype.

You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines here at Motor Authority.

Buick May Get New Grand National, T-Type And GNX

Vettel Picks Up Third F1 World Championship After Brazilian GP

Audi Mulls New Supercar Based On Diesel Hybrid Le Mans Racer

Ford Hybrids' Fuel Economy Failing To Live Up To EPA Ratings?

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Audi Plans 200 MPG-Plus High-Tech Small Car

2014 Ford Fiesta Gets The MyFord Touch Infotainment System


Ferrari Expert Novitec Rosso Gets Its Hands On The F12 Berlinetta
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