The Nissan Juke-R will be built--in limited numbers, on a per-order basis--but it will be built, and sold, to the public. Amazing. Insane. And it will get the new 545-horsepower engine from the 2013 GT-R, rather than the 485-horse unit in the prototype. Well done, Nissan.

The 2013 BMW X1 is officially U.S.-bound with EPA estimated gas mileage, full trim and options specs, and more. Check out all of the details in the article below.

And there's a new Guinness World Record holder, Jolene Van Vugt. She set the fastest land speed on a motorized toilet, even though she'd never seen, much less driven, one before. Long may the Porcelain Princess reign.

You'll find all of these stories and more in the day's car news headlines below.

545-Horsepower Nissan Juke-R Entering Production: Official

2013 BMW X1 EPA Estimates, New Photos, On Sale This Fall

'Porcelain Princess' Sets New Toilet Land Speed Record: Video

Next-Gen Holden Commodore Ute And Wagon Coming To U.S.?

New Driving Simulator Developed With Ariel Motor Company

Circuit Of The Americas Update: Asphalt Testing Underway, Buildings Going Up

Porsche Focusing On Plug-In Hybrid Technology, Says Top Executive

Electric Cars: Some Are Real, Most Are Only 'Compliance Cars'--We Name Names

Google Wants To Work With Automakers On Self-Driving Cars

Obesity Costs America $4 Billion Per Year At The Pump