The Ford 2013 Boss 302 Mustang is seen at the LA Auto Show in Los Angeles on Nov. 16. Danny Moloshok/Reuters
Actress Paula Patton, who stars in the film 'Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol,' walks with Ludwig Willisch, the president and chief executive of BMW North America, during the North American debut of the BMW i3 electric concept vehicle and i8 hybrid electric-concept vehicle (not in picture) on Nov. 16. Danny Moloshok/Reuters
An Audi e-tron Spyder is seen on Nov. 16. Lucy Nicholson/Reuters
The Subaru BRZ concept car makes its debut on Nov. 16. Reed Saxon/AP
The Cadillac 2013 XTS is unveiled on Nov. 16. Lucy Nicholson/Reuters
The BMW i8 hybrid-electric concept vehicle is seen on Nov. 16. Danny Moloshok/Reuters
Chevrolet Vice President of Global Marketing and Strategy Chris Perry speaks as the 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Convertible is unveiled on Nov. 16. The ZL1 accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds and can reach a top speed of 184 mph. The convertible will go on sale in the summer of 2012 as a 2013 model. Steve Fecht/Chevrolet/Reuters
The Volkswagen Beetle R concept car is seen on Nov. 16. Danny Moloshok/Reuters
The Hyundai Azera is unveiled on Nov. 16. Lucy Nicholson/Reuters
Two 2013 Chevrolet Spark four-passenger, five-door hatch mini cars line the stage during their unveiling on Nov. 16. The Spark will be available in a variety of vibrant exterior and interior colors. It will also offer the Chevrolet MyLink Infotainment system, including a seven-inch color touch screen capable of displaying smart phone-based navigation, media, and contacts for hands-free calling. The Spark goes on sale in the United States and Canada in mid-2012. Steve Fecht/Chevrolet/Reuters
The new all-electric Honda Fit EV makes its debut on Nov. 16. Reed Saxon/AP
A 2012 Kia Soul, whose design is inspired by ideas from LPGA golfer Michelle Wie, is seen on Nov. 16. Danny Moloshok/Reuters
Nigerian residents said Boko Haram fighters were advancing on the northeastern city of Bauchi Sunday. Officials say extremists killed at least 41 people and scared hundreds away from polling stations as Nigeria votes in presidential elections.
ByMichelle Faul and Shehu Saulawa, Associated Press
Suspected Boko Haram extremists attacked polling stations and destroyed election material in two northeastern towns, police said as Nigerians continued voting Sunday in certain areas that suffered technical glitches.