The Best Spy Shots For The Week Of January 16th

1 min read 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 Bentley Continental GT has minor changes to the front and rear fascia. The black covering around the headlights indicates that the lights may also have some adjustments.

The Ford Transit Courier is the smallest Transit branded model. A new generation is on its way, and this one has a production body. It will reportedly be available with a fully electric powertrain.

The entire F-150 range has an upcoming update. Even though it’s not even a year old, the Raptor R has also received an upgrade. The spy shot shows quite minor styling tweaks.

The new Ford Ranger is coming to the US soon. This one doesn’t appear to have any camouflage, so it gives us a good idea of ​​the upcoming pickup.

Lamborghini Urus will soon get a plug-in hybrid version. There will be slight design changes compared to the current model. It will reportedly use a 4.0-liter Porsche LK5 twin-turbo V8 hybrid powertrain.

The next generation EQA is being developed as a small sedan. This one was camouflaged quite heavily, including the thick covers on the hood, trunk lid and rear bumper. There are also fake doorknobs.

This gallery gives us our first look into the prototype Mercedes-Benz EQG. The wide bezel is above the dashboard. Air vents and various buttons are on the center console.

Mini is testing its next-generation three-door hatchback which looks to be nearly production-ready. It seems to expand on the current model’s design by making the styling a little more refined. The new vehicle is reportedly using a modified version of the current generation platform.

The refreshed Porsche 911 gets active shutters on the front fascia. The company has a wider cover on the rear bumper, suggesting there may be bigger changes there.

The Porsche 911 Dakar has already made its debut, so the engineers had no reason to disguise this one. It was interesting to see the high-riding with a more conventional paint scheme instead of the racing-inspired livery from the opening.