Range Rover Sport, Nissan Z racer, Cavnue connected corridor: Today’s Car News

Land Rover is close to revealing its redesigned Range Rover Sport, and we have fresh spy shots and video. The new SUV is set for a debut on May 10, and we can confirm that there will eventually be a high-performance SVR variant.

The redesigned Nissan Z hasn’t even reached showrooms yet but there is already a racing version that will compete at a round of the Japanese Super Taikyu Series. The race car has been developed by Nismo and will compete in a special ST-Q class designed for development vehicles.

There’s a startup by the name of Cavnue that is working with the state of Michigan to build a smart lane along a 25-mile stretch of I-94 for self-driving cars. Cavnue’s smart lane could prove to be the next major step on the road to a world of self-driving cars.

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

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