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I was a bit older when the first Cars came out, so I wasn't really interested in seeing it.

This summer brings the third installment of Pixar's animated Cars franchise. Cars 2's gross was plenty for them to justify making Cars 3 and, it may be a bit early to say, but it looks like that could have been the right decision.

Aging race auto Lightning McQueen (voice of Owen Wilson) needs to train for one last big race against a younger competitor (Armie Hammer) before retiring.

The crash, we discover in the latest trailer, means the aging race auto is forced to consider giving up on racing altogether, with a new focus placed on strengthening his legacy with merchandise. However, that blistering rise to fame comes at the expense of Owen Wilson's Lightning McQueen, who finds his once ironclad legacy hanging in the balance.

The crash - which is depicted in the new trailer - is a major turning point in Lightning's life.

What follows is Lightning's journey to figure out whether his passion for racing is enough to drive him to some sort of comeback.

Familiar faces from the previous "Cars" films - Mater (voiced by Larry the Cable Guy), Sally (Bonnie Hunt), and Ramone (Cheech Marin) - all return.

Cars 3 will be released June 16, 2017. "Proving that #95 isn't through yet will test the heart of a champion on Piston Cup Racing's biggest stage!"