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Chevy SS Wagon?, BMW’s New Ad Slogan, C7 Z06 And ZR1 Details: Today’s Car News

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2013 Holden Commodore Calais V Sportwagon

2013 Holden Commodore Calais V Sportwagon

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General Motors’ Australian division Holden today unveiled its VF Commodore-based Ute and Sportwagon. While the new Ute, which in a former generation was considered for sale in the U.S. as a Pontiac, has zero chance of making it to local showrooms, according to Mark Reuss, the Sportwagon could still arrive.

BMW has some of the most memorable ad slogans in the industry, and its latest looks set to be another hit. This time around, the automaker is focusing on the design element of its cars, which it says is one of its strongest selling points.

As impressive as the new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is, the models we’re most interested in are the eventual successors to the Z06 and ZR1. We’re hearing that the latter could be developing as much as 700 horsepower.

You'll find all of this and more in today's car news from around the High Gear Media network in the links below.

VF Holden Commodore Ute And Wagon Revealed, U.S. Sales Of Wagon Not Ruled Out

BMW’s New Ad Slogan Is ‘Designed For Driving Pleasure’: Video

First Details Emerge On Next Corvette Z06 And ZR1: Report

Gas Tax Hikes Or Pay-Per-Mile: How Should The U.S. Fund Roads?

Hamilton Smashes Vettel's 'Top Gear' Lap Time: Video

Is Tomorrow The Most Important Day Ever For Tesla Motors?

2012 Is Best Year On Record For Ferrari

BMW 3-Series Vs. Mercedes-Benz C Class: Compare Cars

Cadillac's XTS Sedan Looks To Bring Luxury To Livery

Green Tech: Tires Made From Dandelions Replace Rubber

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