Nissan's rumored sub-370Z 240SX revival may be back on the table, especially now that the Subaru BRZ/Scion FR-S are out there. We're just happy to see smaller, more affordable sports cars making a comeback.
The 2013 Dodge Dart gets the first OEM-optional in-car wireless gadget charging system, though it'll cost you $199.99 plus installation.
You'll find all of these stories and more in the day's car news below.
2013 Porsche Cayenne GTS Revealed Ahead Of Beijing Auto Show
Nissan Designer Hints At Smaller Sports Cars, Sparks Talk Of 240SX Return
Mopar Gives 2013 Dodge Dart First In-Car Wireless Charging Pad
One Of A Kind Pininfarina Hyperion Found At Abu Dhabi Dealership
Honda Teases Two New Concepts For 2012 Beijing Auto Show
Shelby GT500 To Continue To Next-Generation Mustang: Report
2012 Volkswagen Passat & Routan Recalled
Six-Month Road Test Hyundai Veloster: The First Cut Is The Deepest
Electric Cars: Similar To Gasoline Cars... Just Electric
How Much Range Does Your Leaf Lose If You Unplug It For 8 Days?