GM Renews Trademarks, 2015 C Class, Expensive Parking: Car News Headlines

2012 Holden Commodore Sportwagon

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General Motors has renewed trademarks for the names El Camino and Nomad, but that doesn’t mean the storied nameplates will be put back into production. If they are, the El Camino could make its appearance as a rebadged Holden Ute.

Our spy photographers captured the 2015 Mercedes-Benz C Class in the wild. The automaker has a lot riding on the success of it’s compact offering, which will come in everything from coupe through wagon variants.

If you think real estate is expensive here, consider that parking spaces in Hong Kong routinely sell for $167,000 or more. Since parking spaces aren’t as regulated as real estate, there’s fear that a “real estate bubble” could hit Hong Kong’s parking spots.

You'll find all of these topics and more in today's car news headlines, right here at Motor Authority.

GM renews its trademarks on El Camino and Nomad names.

We bring you spy shots of the 2015 Mercedes-Benz C Class.

Parking spaces in Hong Kong are now selling for $167,000 (or more).

The “Bolt Gold” Nissan GT-R helps raise over $190k for charity.

We tell you why the 2013 SRT Viper made our Best Car To Buy short list.

We bring you video of BMW’s i3 Coupe Concept.

Here’s a behind the scenes look at the making of Bugatti’s Veyron Grand Sport Venet.

A celebrity-owned 1969 Lamborghini Miura fails to meet its reserve price at auction.

A rare 1965 Ford GT40 is expected to fetch up to $3 million at auction.

Ferrari clarifies its position on the F1 title dispute.

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