Chevrolet is developing a hybrid Corvette as a likely replacement for the Corvette Grand Sport, and it may just be called a Corvette E-Ray. A prototype has been spotted together with a prototype for the Corvette Z06, revealing that both cars will feature a sexy wide-body design.

Mercedes-Benz is developing a crossover counterpart to its recently revealed EQE electric sedan. The crossover, dubbed the EQE SUV, has been spotted in prototype form for the first time. It will arrive next year alongside a larger EQS SUV, with both models to be built at a plant in the U.S.

A redesigned Honda Civic Si is just around the corner, but this time only as a sedan. To mark the car's impending arrival, Honda will enter a specially prepared version in the 2021 25 Hours of Thunderhill endurance race.

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

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