BMW has unleashed a new set of triple-turbo, diesel-powered M Performance cars on the world--but not on the U.S. There are no plans to bring them here, and we are green with oily envy.

A Pagani Zonda F has crashed in Hong Kong, and it's really not pretty. It was before, though.

A tale of stupidity out of Portland brings the end to another exotic, this time a Lamborghini Gallardo set ablaze by, well, we won't spoil it for you, but it's really, very stupid.

Catch all of this and more in the day's car news headlines below.

Triple-turbo BMW M Performance diesels are out, but won't come to the U.S.

A Hong Kong street hosts a crashed Pagani Zonda F.

Check out our exclusive photos of a Gallardo on fire at the Portland Auto Show.

Congressional hearings declare Chevy Volt safe, NHTSA's actions "proportional."

Is BMW's i5 going to be an MPV (small people carrier)? Maybe.

Bentley does its thing on ice again this year.

This week's Guilty Pleasure is a 1986 Ford Taurus. Sweet.

The 2013 BMW X6 offers a new M Performance package, a few new style options.

Are spare tires going the way of the dodo due to fuel economy rules?

Can a regular compact car beat a hybrid in gas mileage? GreenCarReports pits the Honda Fit against the Insight Hybrid.