Chevrolet has used this week’s SEMA show to preview its 2016 COPO Camaro based on the all-new, sixth-generation Camaro. The version on show at SEMA was developed with drag racer Courtney Force and will be sold at auction to help raise funds for charity.

Prototypes for the next-generation versions of the Subaru Impreza hatch and sedan have been spotted. The new car is due out next year, as a 2017 model, but sadly the high-performance WRX and WRX STI are likely some years away still.

The EPA has announced that it’s found “defeat device” emissions cheating software on more vehicles from the Volkswagen Group, including several high-end Audis and a Porsche. VW has denied that these models feature the software but says it’s fully cooperating with the agency.

You'll find all of these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

2016 Chevy COPO Camaro Previewed With Courtney Force Concept: Video

2017 Subaru Impreza Spy Shots

EPA: VW Defeat Device Software Found On Diesel V-6 In Audi, Porsche Cars

2016 Cadillac XTS Review

All-Wheel-Drive Dodge Challenger Leads Mopar SEMA Onslaught

Polaris Updates GEM Low-Speed Electric Vehicles

Mazda’s New Rotary To Arrive With Turbocharging, Not Electrification: Report

Takata Crisis Continues: 2016 Honda CR-V Recalled For Exploding Airbags, Nissan Re-Inspects Cars

Dodge Dart GLH Concept Revealed, Production Version Rumored

EU Regulators Dilute New Emission Rules To Allow 2.1 Times The Legal Limits Until 2020


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