Today's mix of news is a bit of a mish-mash, with Nissan the unlikely purveyor of nascent mind-reading technology for future cars, Bentley eyeballing a return to Le Mans LMP1 competition next year, and Spyker selling to a firm that isn't CPP. Oh, and the president of Equitorial Guinea had his supercar fleet seized--in Paris. Strange days.

Nissan is working on mind-reading tech for cars.

Bentley will come back to Le Mans competition next summer.

The 2012 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor is out, with a few changes from last year.

SUVs are now less likely to kill non-SUV drivers in two-car crashes.

Equitorial Guinea president's supercars seized in Paris.

Hugh Jackman is the newest face of Audi.

Our latest Guilty Pleasure, courtesy of Murilee Martin, is the Eagle Premier.

New York is no longer requiring eye exams for license renewals.

Spyker has sold to an American private equity firm.

Chevy might be working on a drag racing version of the Camaro ZL1.