2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RSEnlarge Photo
BMW has just unveiled an M3 sedan with a little more kick. The car is the latest to don the automaker’s CS branding which so far we’ve only seen on an M4 CS. It equates to more power and a lot less weight.
Speaking of more power and less weight, Porsche’s most extreme 911, the new GT2 RS, has just been tested. This is a car that will devour any race track, including the Nürburgring where it holds the lap record.
There’s a new Volkswagen Jetta just around the corner, and arriving shortly after it will be the sporty GLI model. The good news for purists is that the car will offer a manual transmission as an alternative to the dual-clutch option.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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