BMW’s new M4 hasn’t even made its Detroit Auto Show debut but you can already drive the car--virtually--in the latest Gran Turismo 6 game. Further down the track, we expect the car’s M3 cousin to also be drivable in the popular racing sim.
Just days after it was announced Holden would end production in Australia, a company insider has revealed that Holden parent company General Motors is considering replacing the brand with Chevrolet. The transition wouldn’t be too difficult as most of Holden’s lineup are actually Chevy models.
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.
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