Aston Martin is reviving historic British brand Lagonda as a luxury EV marque capable of challenging Rolls-Royce and Bentley. The first of the new Lagondas will be an SUV, a preview of which will arrive at next month's 2019 Geneva International Motor Show in the form of the All-Terrain Concept.

BMW's much-hyped iNext electric SUV has finally been revealed, albeit as a highly camouflaged prototype. The vehicle is due in 2021 and is expected to offer over 400 miles of range thanks to an available 120-kilowatt-hour battery.

Audi Sport has updated the TT RS. The sports car has taken on a more aggressive look but sadly there's no extra power to be had. Few will be complaining, though, as the stock 400-horsepower rating is certainly nothing to sneeze at.

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

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