Ferrari 812 successor, redesigned Range Rover Sport, Aston Martin electrification: Today’s Car News


Ferrari engineers are out evaluating what’s likely to be a test mule for the successor to the 812 Superfast. The test mule is using the makeshift body of Ferrari’s Roma coupe, but underneath should be the automaker’s new front-midship platform.

Land Rover is close to revealing its redesigned Range Rover Sport. It’s set for a debut on May 10, and we can confirm that there will eventually be a high-performance SVR variant. Expect the super SUV to come with a V-8 spitting out over 600 hp.

Aston Martin has provided an update on its electrification plans for the coming decade. The automaker will start off with the launch of the plug-in hybrid Valhalla hypercar in 2024 and just a year later will add an electric sports car. And by 2026, every model in the Aston lineup will have a hybrid or full-electric option.

You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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