Motor1.com put up spy shots of oncoming vehicles almost daily and sometimes more than that. If you want to stay on the cutting edge of what’s on the road, check out our list of all development vehicles from last week.
Given that the current Audi RS3 is so new, this development vehicle is a mystery. It seems that the brand is in the early stages of working on an updated version. The new front fascia is the biggest change seen to date.
This Ford Explorer uses a lot of camouflage. There appears to be a new front fascia with a larger opening and possibly updated headlights. The taillights also look different.
The next-generation GMC Acadia looks a little bigger than the current model. Judging from the silhouette is also more sculpted. This one has headlights, which allow us to see the stacked array.
After the updated Lamborghini Urus, we saw the brand develop a plug-in hybrid version of the performance crossover. To set it apart, this version has a tweaked front fascia.
In addition to the sedan, Mercedes-Benz is working on a wagon version of the new E-Class. The front end is the same as the four doors, but there’s an extended roof for more cargo space.
The Mercedes-AMG GLE 53 received some very minor design changes. The front fascia and taillights are only slightly different.
The Mini Aceman concept has a production version on its way. The styling seems more rounded than the show car. Look for models that will arrive in 2024.
VW appears to be working on a hotter Golf R 20 Years Edition. This one has a canard on the front corner. It’s possible that the company is working on a more track-focused version.