The 2014 BMW X5 has been spied, and though it brings no real surprises, it's expected to be lighter--and it looks a bit sleeker, too. We're still a year away from its release, however, so specifics are few.

Chevy has taken the photographic wraps off of its 2013 Camaro 1LE model, which packs a host of suspension and handling upgrades into an SCCA-intended package--fans of track driving without paying for nuclear warhead engine ratings, rejoice.

And OnStar has announced that its system is compatible with peer-to-peer car sharing services like RelayRides, allowing owners to generate some income from renting out their cars to strangers.

You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines below.

2014 BMW X5 Spy Shots

2013 Chevy Camaro 1LE Photo Gallery

OnStar Partners With RelayRides On Peer-To-Peer Car Sharing: Video

Mansory's Aventador Carbonado Is Surprisingly Tasteful

First Audi RS 5s Arrive In The U.S.: Gallery

Mercedes-Benz Explains Active Body Control: Video

Four Things Car Thieves Love To See

If 63% Of Volt Miles Are Electric, Isn't It An Electric Car?

Nissan's Mark Perry: We're Investigating Arizona's Wilting Leafs

2012 Ford Focus Video Road Test