Motor1.com post spy shots of upcoming 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.
This may be a glimpse of the RS4 Avant but without the sporty wagon fender flares. An RS6 Avant followed suit. Several photos offer views into the cabin, including the digital instrument cluster and tablet-like infotainment.
This next-generation Audi Q5 is under heavy camouflage and appears to be having issues. For some reason, the Q7 pulled it off in some of these spy shots.
The Audi Q6 E-Tron Sportback will take on the upcoming electric EV and will give it a slimmer roofline. This one wears heavy camouflage similar to the VW Touareg development vehicle starting this week (see further below).
The development of the BMW 5 Series continues. This one adopts production-spec headlights.
The BMW Z4 has a refresh coming. There’s a modified front fascia, but the headlights look the same. There are also minor changes to the rear bumper. Inside, there are signs that the model isn’t getting the latest iDrive 8 hardware.
This Ford Super Duty has a fully open grille. This latest generation of pickups has a new design for stacked headlights that blend into the grille. This one has a solid bottom fascia with a tow hook that opens.
The next-generation Hyundai Kona received new headlights with a vertical split. The rest of the body is under heavy camouflage. This one is doing testing while towing.
Hyundai discontinued the Veloster lineup, making this development vehicle very odd to look at. Also, it has a plug-in hybrid powertrain, which the Veloster N doesn’t have. It looks like this is a test for the brand to develop something new.
The Kia EV9 will be the brand’s big electric crossover. The design doesn’t look as angular as the concept, but there’s still a lot of camouflage, so we can’t really be sure. We expect the production version to debut in calendar year 2023.
The Land Rover Range Rover Velar received a refresh that included changes to the lower fascia and rear bumper. The changes appear to be quite minor.
This is the first time we’ve seen an updated 911 GT3. All the changes are at the rear where the vehicle has a cover that is likely hiding in the bumper. The diffuser is also different.
The next generation Toyota Tacoma is in sight. This one uses a modified Tundra body to hide the design. Look for the production model to debut in 2023 and go on sale for the 2024 model year.
This Volkswagen Touareg development vehicle uses a lot of camouflage. Seems like an excessive number of covers for a model that received a refresh.