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 entire Audi A3 family has an upcoming refresh. The S3 hatchback sports a revised front fascia with two stacked openings and trapezoidal inlets at the corners. The rear bumper now has a simplified design with no vents or diffuser.
The new A4 Avant appears to have a production body under a wide camouflage bandage. It featured a wider grille than the current model.
Audi gave the Q7 a second facelift. After 2026, the brand only wants to introduce EVs, so updating the current SUV allows the company to keep the model on the road without investing in a complete overhaul. The changes include new headlights and taillights. The grille at the front has a new dual-fin element. There is no camouflage in the vehicle, suggesting there were no major revisions there.
The Audi Q8 also received an upgrade. The changes are small. There are updated lights and a new mesh pattern for the grille.
Ford gave this new Edge an interesting camouflage pattern. The design closely resembles the image from China in August 2022.
We believe that this is a midsize electric crossover that Ford is currently developing and plans to offer in Europe. North American availability is still a mystery. The styling includes a protruding front bumper and a rear section with a stepped section below the rear glass.
We know the new Ford Ranger is finally coming to the US. This one might give us an idea of the rugged Tremor truck package. This one has all-terrain tires, skid plates and tow hooks.
The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class offers an LED light strip between the headlights. At the back, the engineers put a lot of camouflage on the bumper. When the cover comes off, we expect the styling to be similar to that of the latest S-Class.
Our spies think this is a brand new 2008 Peugeot, but the vehicle wears so much camouflage it’s hard to tell for sure. The only reason we know this is a Peugeot is because of the brand’s lion logo on the center cap of the rear wheel.
We continue to see regular spy shots of the refreshed Porsche 911. It features a revised front fascia with active blades on the intakes. At the rear, the exhaust ends are tighter, and there appears to be a new air inlet.
Porsche engineers were pretty cheeky with this Taycan because they flashed the TDI badge, which is usually for diesel vehicles. This car also gets a wing and trunk spoiler. The front fascia has a large opening.
The Ram 1200 is the brand’s smaller pickup. Reportedly widened on the Small Wide 4×4 architecture which is also under the Jeep Compass and Commander. We don’t yet know if this compact model will be able to come to the US to compete with offerings from Ford and General Motors.
The Renault Master is a large commercial van. This next-generation model seems to have a production-spec body.
The updated Volkswagen ID.3 receives a new front fascia that does away with the current honeycomb design. The vertical inlet acts as an air curtain.