600+ HP Roush Ford Mustang, Updated Audi RS Q3 Revealed, Furious 7 Trailer: News Video

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The 2014 SEMA show has been in full swing this week, bringing a horde of tuned cars both bland and badass, but the 600+ hp Roush Ford Mustang is one of the most interesting on display, Audi has revealed the facelifted Q3 as well as its much more interesting RS Q3 variant, and the latest issue from the Fast & Furious franchise, Furious 7, now has an official trailer. Stick with us for more on each of these items from this week’s car news.

First up: the Roush Mustang at SEMA. Packing more than 600 horsepower thanks to a Roush supercharger kit co-developed with Ford Racing, will be available from Ford dealerships later this year. The best part? When installed at an authorized dealer, this kit comes with a warranty.

While the Audi Q3 is still quite new to U.S. buyers, the small crossover is already getting an update, bringing a fresher look and some new options. The more interesting variant, the RS Q3, gains 30 hp, now rated at 340 hp. That enables a 0-60 mph sprint in just 4.8 seconds—all while hauling the kids and the groceries. It’s not yet clear when the updated Q3 line will reach the U.S., but it may wait until the 2016 model year or even later.

Finally, the Fast & Furious series will get a new update on April 3, 2015. To prepare the world for what will come, the first official trailer has been released. The movie will feature actor Paul Walker, who died in a tragic car accident late last year. As a result some of Walker’s scenes will be completed with CGI, while others will see his brothers Caleb and Cody filling in.

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