Motor1.com posts spy shots of upcoming vehicles almost daily and sometimes more often than that. If you want to stay up to date with what’s going on, check out this quick list of development vehicles from last week.
Audi is working on an update for the RS3. This one has a revision on the front fascia. It’s unclear whether there will be any mechanical tweaks either.
In the near future, Audi will start using odd numbers for combustion-powered models and even numbers for EVs. That’s why we call it the A5 Avant.
Audi is working on a hotter version of the RS6. This includes a revised front fascia and wider fenders.
The BMW X2 wears camouflage but otherwise appears to have a production spec body. The photos give a good idea of what to expect from the vehicle design.
Ford is testing an updated F-150 without a hint of camouflage. It’s a Platinum trim, and it shows tweaks like a revised grille and tweaked tailgate.
The new Hyundai Santa Fe made its debut this week. Soon after that photos surfaced showing a boxy SUV in a parking garage.
Land Rover is working on a sportier version of the Defender. This SVX model has extended fenders and a revised front end. The layout with four exhausts suggests this may be a V8 powered model.
Mercedes continues to use the small CLA-Class as its compact sedan. The design is reminiscent of the latest C- and E-Class.
The little GLA also survived. The one in the photo has a hybrid powertrain.
The Mini Aceman is the brand’s upcoming small electric crossover. This one wears pastel camouflage. There will be a base E model with 181 horsepower or an SE with 215 hp.
Mini is working on an electric version of the Cooper. This one is in high-performance John Cooper Works trim with a revised front fascia and rear diffuser.
The next generation Peugeot 3008 still uses a lot of camouflage. It features small headlamps and a sculptural styling. The panel temporarily hides the hatchback.
Suzuki is working on an electric crossover. The company covered it with a bit of black camouflage.