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The Ford Focus RS could spawn a hotter RS500 version

An Australian magazine reports that Ford is working on a more extreme version of the AWD Focus RS hatch. We think the speculation is plausible.

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2019 Honda S2000 roadster rumors swell

We know dealers are pressuring Honda to build affordable sportscars, and we know the S660 was too small. Could an S2000 fit the bill?

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Next M3 may be lighter than expected, with lots more torque

Few cars stir up the rumormill quite like the next BMW M3. To that end, BMW fan-site BimmerPost was able to track down a source, apparently tied to the development of the next M3 (and M4), who divulged a few juicy bits on power, weight and timing.

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2014 Ford Mustang to get IRS, be smaller, lighter in preparation for world car status

According to the rumors kicking around the web, the next-generation Ford Mustang is going to look quite a bit different from the current model. Auto Express is reporting that when the 50th anniversary version of the pony touches down in 2014, it will arrive in unfamiliar markets, including the UK. That means that the muscle car will boast a right-hand drive interpretation for the first time in its history. The RHD Mustangs will suppose

Rumormill: Audi working on A9 super sedan?

The updated A8 is already here and the new A7 is on its way, but could a new Audi super sedan be just around the corner? Folks in the homeland of the four-ringed automaker are speculating that a Porsche Panamera-derived range topper is on the horizon, and that it will be dubbed the Audi A9.

Rumormill: Infiniti working on Euro-market front-drive hatch

Infiniti Essence Concept - click above for high-res image gallery

Rumormill: Audi considering A1 Allroad

2007 Audi Cross Coupé concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

Rumormill: Mercedes BLK on the way

While there is a mad rush for automakers to make smaller, more fuel efficient vehicles for the U.S. market, many of the vehicles we crave are already available to European customers. Mercedes sells A- and B-Class vehicles were deemed too small for U.S. consumption. One product Mercedes doesn't have in either of its two biggest markets is a small crossover vehicle, but that could change in 2011.