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.
BMW has just given a little camouflage on the front of this refreshed X6 M. However, the cover doesn’t hide much. You can easily see the new fascia.
The Cadillac Celestiq is now in the on-road testing phase. This one looks the same as the car in the previous spy shot, but the photos offer a good look at the tires. The EV uses Michelin Pilot Sport rubber, which suggests that the company may have engineered the sedan for some sportiness in addition to luxury.
Roush is working on a special edition version of the Mustang P-51B. For anyone unfamiliar with World War II-era planes, another name for this plane is the Mustang, so combining it with a car makes a lot of sense. The vehicle boasts wide fenders, an aggressive front splitter and a rear spoiler.
Jeep is working on a model to put under the Renegade. Reportedly using PSA Group’s e-CMP platform, which is also used by Peugeot, Citroen, and Opel vehicles. A fully electric version is also being developed.
After looking at the photos last week, we got a video of the KTM X-Bow GT-XR hitting the Nürburgring. The Audi-sourced five-cylinder turbocharged sounds great.
The Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato is a version of the supercar that its owner can drive on dirt or gravel roads. It features extra body cladding and a roof-mounted air scoop.
Unlike previous Mitsubishi L200 spy shots, this one has extra cladding around the wheel wells, running board, and roof rails. Parts showing this may be a higher trim level or a more rugged parts package.
The updated Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door gets a new nose. Unfortunately, the engineers covered it up so much that seeing the changes was a challenge.
The Mercedes CLA-Class also has a refresh. There are styling tweaks for the nose and tail.
And here’s another refresher coming from Mercedes. The GLA 35 has a new lower fascia and taillights.
Here’s the fresh look on the GLA 45. The front fascia looks a bit more aggressive than the 35 variant.