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 Audi A6 E-Tron will electrify future sedans. This one wears production lights during cold weather development. Look for a debut in 2023.
The next-gen Audi Q5 has an overhauled design, judging by this spy shot. There doesn’t seem to be a Singleframe grid that generally defines the brand’s model face. In contrast, the nose has a bar that separates the top and bottom. The back still has a placeholder lamp.
The BMW iX2 is an upcoming electric crossover. In profile, it has a curved roofline. Blunt nose. The model will reportedly debut in mid-2022.
The refreshed BMW X5 sports a “Hybrid Test Vehicle” sticker, which gives us an idea of what’s under the hood of this model. It also offers camouflaged front and rear sections, indicating where BMW plans to make design changes. The update includes new lights at both ends.
E-Ray will introduce firsts to the Corvette lineup such as an electric powertrain and all-wheel drive. This one is in a right-hand drive configuration, which shows that this model isn’t just for places like North America and the EU.
Here’s our first look at the next-gen Chevy Equinox. It has a boxier, more chiseled look than the current model. We do not expect full disclosure until the second half of 2023 at the earliest.
The pickup market is highly competitive, which forces truck makers to frequently update their offerings. The refreshed F-150 offers revised styling at the front and rear. Camouflage hides design changes.
The Mercedes-Maybach EQS SUV will be a luxury version of the electric crossover. There are only a few changes to the exterior design compared to the regular model. We wish the interior was much nicer.
The refreshed Mercedes-Benz G-Class has very minor design changes. The front fascia and rear bumper are slightly different. Otherwise, the brand doesn’t seem to have changed much. There may be some tweaks to the cabin as well.
Here’s our first glimpse of the Nismo version of the new Nissan Z. Compared to the standard model, there’s a more aggressive front fascia, rear spoiler and revised lower bumper. We also expect an increase in power.
Porsche appears to be working on a hotter version of the Panamera. It has a revised front fascia, center wheel lock and a new rear bumper. Unfortunately, the brand hid these elements in this spy shot.