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McLaren P1 Advances, Bentley Interview, Wrecks Of NYC: Car News Headlines

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McLaren tests its P1 supercar - image: McLaren

McLaren tests its P1 supercar - image: McLaren

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McLaren's P1 supercar is taking strides toward production form, as evidenced in the latest photos and video from the British brand. With cars like the Koenigsegg Agera R and Pagani Huayra on the P1's target list, it's shaping up to be more of a hypercar than a supercar.

At the 2013 Detroit Auto Show, we sat down with Bentley Motors president and chief operation officer Christophe Georges to talk about the brand's future. We learned quite a lot.

And our esteemed colleague John Voelcker presents us with a slice of the random wrecks occurring on just a  short stretch of New York City streets, in photos and commentary. He's right: that Bentley's passenger seat is in a worrisome state.

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

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