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Acura’s RDX is coming in for a redesign next year. It will be the first RDX fully designed and developed in the United States, and it will also be the first to be based on a platform that isn’t borrowed from a Honda.
We’ll also see a new BMW 8-Series launched next year. The latest prototypes have shed some camouflage gear and reveal the true shape of the flagship coupe.
The Aston Martin Vulcan was designed from scratch to be a track car, so making it legal for street use entails more than just slapping on a license plate and some indicators. A company in the United Kingdom has managed to do it, however.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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