The sole surviving drivable ‘Eleanor’ Ford Mustang from 2000’s hit movie Gone In 60 Seconds is coming up for auction. The last time the car changed hands the selling price was $1 million.

BMW has promoted its product development chief to the role of CEO. The announcement coincides with news that the automaker’s former product development chief has joined rival German automaker Volkswagen.

Chrysler is set to upgrade its family of Pentastar V-6 engines with turbocharging, direct fuel injection and improved variable valve timing. The good news is that the upgrades should boost power while improving efficiency.

You’ll find all of this and more in today’s car news right here at Motor Authority.

Original Eleanor Mustang From Gone In 60 Seconds Coming Up For Auction

BMW Names Current Product Chief Harald Krüger CEO

Chrysler To Add Turbocharging And Direct Fuel Injection To Pentastar V-6

Why The 2015 Nissan Murano's 'Gearless' CVT Feels Like It's Shifting

The Real Owner Of Automobili Turismo e Sport Says Brand Is Keeping Italian Roots

Average Fuel Economy Falls In New Cars, First Time In 4 Years

VW To Preview New Five-Seat Crossover With Detroit Concept: Report

$2 Gas Is Back! Is That Good?

Rinspeed Budii Is Your Friend On Wheels

The Passion Of The Tesla: One Owner's (Unprompted) Paean


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