2018 Infiniti Q50, 2018 BMW X3, Opel sold to PSA Group: Today’s Car News

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Infiniti’s Q50 is about to receive its mid-cycle update. Among the changes will be a few visual tweaks as well as the first application of Nissan and Infiniti’s ProPilot self-driving system.

BMW is gearing up for the launch of a redesigned X3 later this year. The automaker has given us a look at some of the final testing being done on the vehicle.

General Motors today confirmed that it is selling its European unit Opel to French auto giant PSA Group. GM won’t completely cut its ties with Opel, however. For example, Opel under PSA ownership will still supply vehicles to GM brands Buick and Holden.

You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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