Chevrolet released some interesting new sales numbers regarding its two sports cars in 2011. The Camaro sold 88,249 units and earned a 37-percent share of the sports car market. The Corvette took top honors in the luxury sports car market selling 13,164 units and earning a 28--percent share of the market. Perhaps the most interesting number released is the that one in three sports cars sold in the U.S. last year had a bow tie on the grille.

Kia has finally revealed the 2013 K9 full-size flagship sedan. With styling cues from the Kia GT Concept, mixed with some BMW 7-Series, the full-size Kia is definitely a looker. The sedan will go on sale in Korea in the first half of this year, while a U.S. launch is still pending.

After many leaks, the 2013 Volvo V40 has finally made its online debut before its introduction at the Geneva Motor Show. Its highly-stylized sheet metal wears many curves and styling is in line with the new S60. Unfortunately Volvo confirms the new V40 hatchback will not be coming to the U.S.

For all these stories and the rest of today's car news, be sure to check the links below.

Camaro Beat Mustang - In 2011 Sales: Video

Production 2013 Fisker Surf Coming To September's Paris Auto Show

Land Rover Defender To Star In Upcoming Bond "Skyfall"

Juan Pablo Montoya Unhurt After Daytona 500 Crash: Video

Lamborghini Aventador Crashes Through Fence, Ends Up On Farm

Italdesign Giugiaro Releases More Teasers For Its Geneva Concept

2013 Nissan Altima Accidentally Released

Audi Announces A3 e-tron Electric Car Trials For U.S.

2013 Kia K9 Debuts In Korea, U.S. Launch Still Pending

2013 Volvo V40: Scandinavian Style In The Compact Class


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