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Corvette Stingray Special Edition, Lamborghini Cabrera, Acura NSX Roadster: Today’s Car News

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2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Premiere Edition Convertible

2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Premiere Edition Convertible

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The first special edition Corvette Stingray has been launched, helping to mark the start of the holiday season as well as the sales launch of the car’s convertible variant. The special edition comes in the Corvette Stingray’s range-topping 3LT trim, and only 550 examples will be built.

A day after announcing that production of its Gallardo was coming to an end, Lamborghini released the first teaser for the supercar that will be replacing it. The teaser consisted of a sound bite of the new car’s engine.

Acura will launch a second-generation NSX in 2015, and two years beyond that date we may see a convertible version of the car. Such a car has already been previewed, as a movie prop in last year’s hit The Avengers.

You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines from around the High Gear Media network, right here at Motor Authority.

First Corvette Stingray Special Edition Is The New Premiere Edition Convertible

Lamborghini Teases The Sound Of Its Gallardo-Replacing ‘Cabrera’

2015 Acura NSX To Spawn Convertible Version: Report

VW's American-Made SUV Won't Be A Touareg

Mercedes Opens Silicon Valley R&D Center For Future Tech Development

Nissan R&D Chief: Carbon Fiber Is Good For Planes, Not Cars

Man Buys Nissan 370Z Using Proceeds From Sale Of Own Testicle

Waze Adds Celebrity-Voiced Navigation, Featuring Kevin Hart: Video

Lincoln May Revive Classic Nameplates, But Only For China

What Can I Save Driving An Electric Car? Apps Can Help, Soon

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