BMW is working on an update for its 3-Series Gran Turismo, and we have spy shots of a prototype. The car is expected to adopt some revised styling and a new six-cylinder engine.
It is being widely reported that Buick might source a new crossover from China for sale in the United States. If accurate, it would make General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] the second mainstream automaker to sell a Chinese-made vehicle Stateside (the first was Volvo).
The 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show gets underway this week and there will be at least 30 world premieres. We’ve put together a preview outlining some of the stars.
You'll find all of these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
2017 BMW 3-Series Gran Turismo Spy Shots
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2015 Los Angeles Auto Show Preview
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