A quick check of the rearview mirror before we floor it into next week:
Chevy is in the final stages of prepping a new compact car - with yet another new name - and invited us to take an engineering development version out for a spin.
Do you have a video camera, a car and room for an extra $10,000 in your bank account? We just announced the KBB.com Car Review Video Contest this week, so charge those batteries and get a jump on the competition.
Take an Audi R8 5.2 FSI Quattro Coupe - you know, the V10 version - remove 220 pounds, add 35 horsepower and you've got an even racier street-legal racecar called the Audi R8 GT.
We're in the middle of a two-week stint in the new Mustang GT, and editor Jason Allan was impressed enough that he couldn't even wait to park the car before singing its praises. Also this week, Ford announced a 2011 DUB Edition Mustang.
In a surprising move, Chevy has decided against bringing its small, seven-passenger Orlando crossover to the U.S.
There's really not a whole lot to show or say about it, but Panoz has released a small teaser image of its next creation: the 2011 Abruzzi Spirit of Le Mans.
Chrysler this week announced zero-percent financing on most 2010 models.
Zero-percent financing and sub-$200/month lease deals dominate the week's 5 Great Deals.
Honda this week announced that Oklahoma would be the fourth state to sell the natural gas-powered Civic GX.
Fifty years ago this year, the Chevy Corvette claimed its first class victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. To celebrate that event, the automaker has created a special Corvette one-off.