2012 BMW M5 Revealed, Chevy Volt Sibling, Volvo Cuts Models, BMW Z2 Rumored

The legendary BMW M5 has finally been revealed as the F10 model for 2012. The new model is stylish, much more fuel efficient, packed with technology, and comes with a 552hp twin-turbo V8. GM's west-coast group manager announced a hybrid crossover for next year's Detroit Auto Show similar to the Volt MPV5 concept. Volvo will be discontinuing the S40 and V50 models for the US due to lackluster sales. The BMW z2 is in our internet rumor mill, expected to launch in 2014 with a couple of engine options. Fast Lane Daily hosted by Derek DeAngelis.

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