Reverse: July 15th Weekly News Recap

We backed up and grabbed some stuff you may have missed this past week. You’re welcome. - The new 2013 SRT Viper gets some Shelby stripes; the snake wears the double stripe pattern for the first time. (via Washington Post) - Nothing has been confirmed, but if the Urus does go into production, it will be the most affordable Lamborghini at just over $200K. (via Car Magazine) - BMW's i8 Spyder was crowned 2012 Concept Vehicle of the Year; let's hope that means we can see something similar on the road soon. (via BMW) - Audi's new Mileage Tracker App accurately calculates business expenses incurred while traveling. Easier yes, but no more fudging on your expense report. (via Business Green) - Errrr hold up, the John Cooper Works Mini Coupe GP got the red light and will be axed after all. Dammit. (via EGM Car Tech). - A Mercedes spokesman stated that the CLS Shooting Brake won't be offered in the surprise here, as the U.S. continues to have an aversion to wagons. (via Auto News) - Lastly, we check out how our favorite models drop their tops. (via BoldRide) Here are some new standout cars released this week on BoldRide: 2012 A. Kahn Design Range Rover Evoque RS250 Vesuvius Copper 2012 AC Schnitzer ACS6 BMW 6-Series Gran Coupe 2013 Aston Martin V12 Vantage Roadster 2013 BMW M3 Lime Rock Park Edition 2012 Kelleners Sport BMW 3-Series 2012 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Hong Kong 20th Anniversary Edition 2012 Schmidt Revolution Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet 2012 Vorsteiner BMW M3 GTS5 Pictures courtesy of SRT via Facebook

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