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Nissan Autonomous Car, M3 And M4 Spy Shots, More Cadillac Vsports: Today’s Car News

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Nissan has promised to launch a fully autonomous car by the year 2020. Like many other automakers, Nissan sees autonomous cars as a way to reduce traffic fatalities to almost zero.

BMW’s Concept M4 has provided us with a glimpse at the styling of its new M3 and M4 sports cars, but we’ve got spy shots of prototypes for the actual cars. They're wearing minimal camouflage gear now, which means their auto show debut can’t be far.

A Cadillac exec has revealed that the brand’s Vsport trim, already available on the 2014 CTS and XTS, will be turned into its own sub-brand. Not only will there be more Vsport cars, but Cadillac will also launch Vsport accessories and performance upgrades.

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

Nissan Promises Autonomous Car By 2020: Video

2014 BMW M3 Spy Shots

2014 BMW M4 Spy Shots

Cadillac To Turn Vsport Into Sub-Brand, Expand Offerings

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Short Film Details Toyota’s Struggle At The 2013 Le Mans 24 Hours Race: Video

Volkswagen e-Golf & e-Up Electric Cars Set For Frankfurt Debut

Nissan Applies For ‘R-Hybrid’ Trademark

Land Rover Finishes A Cross-Country Drive--Completely Off-Road

30 Years Since His Lap Record, Stefan Bellof Is Immortalized At The Nürburgring

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