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Bugatti’s Next Supercar, 2014 Camaro Convertible, BMW X5 Security: Today’s Car News

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2014 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible (Euro spec), 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show

2014 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible (Euro spec), 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show

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Bugatti is working on a new supercar to replace its Veyron, which will end production in about two years, but today we learned that the new car may not set any new land speed records. To make matters worse, Bugatti has also confirmed it won’t build a high-performance sedan based on its Galibier concept.

The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible has been revealed and should be hitting showrooms within the next month or two. The car misses out on Z/28 trim but still offers a ZL1 variant for high-speed fanatics.

BMW is launching a new X5 for the 2014 model year and once again it will be offered in armored vehicle guise. At the Frankfurt Auto Show this week the German automaker showed a concept version of its new armored X5.

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

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