In the Forbidden Fruit category, we have a new entry: the Toyota GT 86 Cup Edition. With race car looks and upgraded wheels and interior, we're not missing out on too much. This isn't the high-po FR-S you're looking for.

The Nürburgring is for sale, at a surprisingly low price of $152 million. Considering the track itself, as well as the on-site improvements (including hotels, and amusement park, etc.) that's quite a bargain. We're wondering why one of the major carmakers hasn't snatched it up yet.

Could BMW build an M version of the 3-Series Gran Turismo? Maybe. It all comes down to demand. The possibility is certainly intriguing.

You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines from around the High Gear Media network, right here at Motor Authority.

Forbidden Fruit: 2013 Toyota GT 86 Cup Edition

It's Official: The Nürburgring Is For Sale

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Tesla Model S Update: 3,000th Electric Sedan Delivered In CA

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Young Buyers Turn Their Backs On Japan, Look To Detroit & South Korea

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