Infiniti's boss Johan de Nysschen continues to be one of our favorite auto execs, because he freely speaks his mind. This time, in explaining the renaming of the brand to Q- and QX-based badges, he let slip plans for a 550-plus-horsepower super sedan. Awesome.

The Chevy Camaro will be made in America once again, leaving its Canadian home of the last three years to join the Cadillac ATS and CTS at the Lansing plant--and hinting that the next Camaro will indeed ride on the Alpha platform.

Americans don't have the market cornered on road rage. In fact, one Aussie appears to have perfected the art--though we don't recommend imitating his behavior.

All of this and more in today's car news headlines here at Motor Authority.

Infiniti Chief Confirms New 550-HP Super Sedan

Next-Generation Chevy Camaro Will Be American Made

Road Rage - It's Not Just For Americans Anymore: Video

Volkswagen Golf R Cabriolet Revealed In New Video

FIA Announces Rule Changes For the 2013 Formula One Season

Jay Leno Shows Us A Different Kind Of Vintage Lamborghini: Video

Ford Focus Electric: Ultimate Guide To What You Need To Know

Fusion Gets IIHS Top Safety Pick 'Plus'; Prius V, Camry Fall Short

2013 Toyota Avalon: First To Offer Wireless Charging For Phones

Hyundai Recalls 2012 Veloster For Sunroof, Parking-Brake Flaws