Best spy shots of the week of March 7
Motor1.com puts up spy photos of upcoming vehicles virtually every day and sometimes more than that. If you want to stay on top of what’s on the way, check out this list of all development vehicle previews from the past week.
2024 BMW M5 spied with giant brakes and ‘hybrid’ stickers
Here’s a fresh look at the next-generation BMW M5. The new model adopts a plug-in hybrid powertrain.
New Chevy prototype spied, could it be a crossover coupe?
Here is a real mysterious machine. We’re pretty sure this is a Chevrolet crossover test mule. Unfortunately, we don’t know what the company is developing. It appears to have a coupe shape, however.
Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Test Mule spied with biggest hood bulge ever
Yes, that’s a big hood bulge. Speculation is that Ford is developing the engine for the next-generation Mustang Cobra Jet dedicated drag racer. Although we don’t know anything for sure yet.
Spy tests of the Mercedes-AMG GT coupe in two versions
This batch of spy photos includes what we believe to be the GT 53 and GT 63 variants. The model shares underpinnings with the new SL, but Mercedes positions it as a sportier vehicle than the convertible.
New Mercedes E-Class Spy Shots Show Sedan With AMG Grille And Charging Port
The Mercedes-AMG range will be increasingly electric in the future. This E53e has a charging port to tell us that this one is a plug-in hybrid. The engine of this one could have up to 600 hp (447 kW).
2023 Mercedes-Benz GLC Loses Big Camouflage in Latest Spy Photos
Mercedes dresses this next-gen GLC in a stylish camouflage that uses the brand’s star emblem to conceal the upcoming crossover.
New Mini Countryman spied looming in a winter wonderland
Here is the new generation of the Mini Countryman. It shares BMW Group’s FAAR platform with the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer and the upcoming X1. The design seems similar to the current model.
Top-tier Peugeot 308 Wagon spied could be test mule for coupe SUV
This top-of-the-range station wagon is an old-generation Peugeot 308 that the brand is using to develop a new product. We don’t know what the automaker is developing, but it appears to be a future crossover.
Volkswagen ID 2023. Buzz caught off guard without camouflage
The VW ID. Buzz debuted earlier this week. The company is still doing some development on the van. However, he no longer needs to camouflage the vehicle.