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It’s hard to believe that Bugatti’s Veyron was revealed to the world more than a decade ago. The car’s successor is the much more powerful Chiron which Bugatti says is significantly faster than the Veyron. Learn about all the specs in our in-depth preview.
Another car revealed today is Porsche’s 911 R. The car is based on Porsche’s 911 GT3 RS but loses most of the track star’s aerodynamic elements as well as the controversial dual-clutch transmission. Instead, the 911 R is fitted with three pedals and a stick.
We’ve spied Buick’s next-generation Regal for the first time. The car appears to be growing in size but it should also be lighter than the current model thanks to its advanced platform, the same E2XX design that helped Chevrolet’s Malibu shed up to 300 pounds in some guises.
You'll find all of these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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