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BMW X5 Plug-In, 2014 Camaro Convertible, Next-Gen 5-Series Spied: Today’s Car News

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BMW revealed overnight a plug-in hybrid version of its latest 2014 X5. Although still a concept, it previews an electrified version of the X5 due out in the next year or two.

The first photos of the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible have hit the web ahead of the car’s debut at the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show next month. The car receives only subtle changes as part of this mid-cycle update including tweaks to the exterior as well as a new MyLink infotainment system.

BMW engineers have started work on the next-generation 5-Series, which we’re expecting to launch sometime in 2016. The new car will be significantly lighter than the current model and may end up weighing as little as 3,300 pounds.

For all these stories and more automotive news from around High Gear Media's network, check out the links below.

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