Motor1.com post spyshots of upcoming vehicles most days and sometimes more often than that. If you want to stay up to date with what’s going on, check out our quick list of development vehicles from last week.
The refreshed Audi A6 features minor nose and tail changes. The exterior tweaks seem pretty minor.
The A6 E-Tron is the brand’s upcoming electric sedan. Compared to the regular A6, the styling is much smoother, especially on the front.
Here’s our first glimpse of Ford’s refresh for the F-150. The company covered the nose and tail to hide what had changed. Looks like the headlights received an update.
The refreshed Opel Corsa received an updated nose. The headlights appear thinner than the current design.
The Mercedes-Benz CLE-Class will replace the C- and E-Class coupes and convertibles. This one works out around the Nürburgring.
Mercedes also tested the CLE-Class in the snow. Like other cars, this one uses a full body bandage. We can still get a good idea of the general shape of the model.
Mercedes continues to strip off the camouflage of the new E-Class. Currently, its concealment was only at the tip of the nose and tail. There’s also a glimpse into the cabin where the vehicle has a large screen on the console.
The Mini Aceman is the brand’s upcoming electric crossover. We’ve got two spy photo galleries this week, providing a great look at the models.
Here’s an updated Porsche 911 on the move. It has a front fascia with active shutters. The engineers covered the entire rear bumper, but the exhaust pipe is closer to the middle of the back there.