Audi’s Q3 is still not on sale in the U.S. despite the automaker first promising a local launch almost two years ago. Today we’ve got news that the Q3 is coming, though not until a facelifted version is introduced within the next year or two.

Almost every driver can attest to being stuck behind a slow-moving cyclist at some point. However, they also have a right to use the road and are helping to reduce traffic, too.

Ford plans to introduce a facelifted version of its popular Focus line of hatchback and sedans. That means the sporty Focus ST variant is also due to receive some updates.

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.

Audi Waiting Until Q3 Facelift For Crossover's U.S. Launch: Report

Cyclist Says You Will Kill Someone If You Don't Change Your Driving Habits

2015 Ford Focus ST Spy Shots

Think Your Pet Is Properly Restrained In The Car? Think Again, Says Subaru

Owner Of Battery Fire Tesla Model S Says Car 'Performed Very Well,' Will Buy Again

2015 Kia Soul EV To Be Sold In U.S.: First Korean Electric Car

Save The Manuals, Save The Environment: Corvette Stingray Auto Is Less Efficient

Auto Industry Exceeds Low Expectations: Good News, Bad News For Fuel Economy

Grand Theft Auto-Style Triple Murder Attempt Gets Man Convicted: Video

Tesla's Talks With Samsung For Electric-Car Batteries


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