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2015 C63 AMG Spied, Audi R8 e-tron Confirmed, Nürburgring Sold: Today’s Car News

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2015 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG spy shots

2015 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG spy shots

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Mercedes-Benz’s next-generation C63 AMG has been spied in prototype form ahead of its launch later this year. The car is wearing the least camouflage gear we’ve seen yet, which means an auto show debut can’t be far.

Audi’s shelved R8 e-tron electric sports car is getting a second chance at life, with the automaker this week confirming the car will be built. It will arrive sometime in 2014, based on the second-generation R8 platform.

After running into financial trouble and being declared insolvent, the Nürburgring operations have since been sold. The good news is that the operations have been sold to an automotive company so it looks like the track is largely safe.

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.

2015 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Spy Shots

Audi Says The R8 e-tron Is Now Capable Of 280 Miles Range, Confirms Production

Nürburgring Saved? Capricorn Group Buys Famed Track

Congress Investigates GM Ignition Recall: Did Automaker Wait Too Long?

Lamborghini Huracán Makes North American Debut At Amelia Island Concours

NJ Hearing Today Could Ban Tesla Stores In State; Electric-Car Maker Cries Foul

1964 Pre-Production Mustang And Other Specials Head To Carlisle Ford Nationals

Tiny Florida Town's Pursuit Of Speeders May Get It Wiped Off The Map

Acura Gets Own Marketing Division As Sedan Sales Slide

Mercedes S-Class Electric Car Could Follow Plug-In Hybrid

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