Motor1.com posts spy shots of oncoming vehicles almost daily and sometimes more than that. If you want to stay up to date with the latest developments, check out the list of all development vehicles from last week.
The BMW M3 Touring has already debuted, but this spy shot lets us see examples of the green in the real world. This is a wagon that stands out on the road.
This is our first look at the next generation BMW X3. From what we can see, the designers opted for a small kidney grille and bold bumper for the front-end styling. Don’t expect to see a production version for a year or more.
It’s an updated X5 in the hot M60i trim level. It boasts a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 with a 48-volt mild-hybrid setup making 530 horsepower (389 kilowatts). The design features slimmer headlights and a revised lower fascia.
The production-spec BMW XM will be very similar to the concept, judging by these images. At launch, it will have a 4.4-liter twin-turbo hybrid V8 engine that produces 644 horsepower. A more powerful version with 750 hp will arrive in 2023.
This maverick wears a junction box with writing on it that says “PHE-V” and “2.1L.” This is proof that Ford is developing a plug-in hybrid powertrain for the small pickup. The truck appears to be a very early test vehicle, so it may be a while before a production version is available in showrooms.
This is our best look at the next-generation Ford Super Duty. It boasts an overhauled nose with split headlights and bracket-shaped running lights. Look for the debut later this year.
This is the next generation Honda Accord. It looks sharper with slimmer headlights. This one seems to have some faux panels on its body that hide design elements. When it comes to powertrains, we know hybrids are one of the options.
Honda Pilot will also be present for the new generation. It looks more sculpted than the current model, and the grille is bigger. There is a strong resemblance to the current Ridgeline.
Here’s the latest Land Rover Range Rover Sport in a sporty SVR trim. The developers covered this one with a lot of camouflage. It features larger brakes and quad exhaust pipes.
This shot gives us a decent look into the cabin of the next-generation Maserati GranTurismo. It features an infotainment screen with chrome bezels and a two-part display. There’s a big oar behind the wheel. Despite the disguised body, you can get a general idea of the coupe’s sleek shape.
Following the launch of the regular GLC, the company is preparing a high-performance version of the AMG 63. It has a more aggressive front fascia, larger side sills, and a revised rear bumper. Its hybrid powertrain is reported to offer up to 670 horsepower (500 kilowatts).
This is an undisguised Porsche 911 GT3 RS, and the body has plenty of parts to influence the vehicle’s aerodynamics. There is a large vent on the hood. Louver on front fender. Vertical fins behind the front and rear wheels. Plus, there are large wings on the back.
This photo gallery includes an updated Skoda Octavia sedan and wagon. The style looks very similar to the current look.
Volkswagen put some stickers on the front of this Touareg to hide a bit of refreshment. Changes are only visible around the grille, headlights, and lower fascia.