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.
It’s hard to tell because of all the camouflage, but it could be the new RS Q5 that would have a plug-in hybrid powertrain.
The BMW M3 CS will add performance to the brand’s sports sedan. It has a revised front end with a larger front splitter, revised air intakes and a grille with larger openings. Camouflage on the rear window could hide the revised rear seat layout.
The Hyundai i10 has a few design updates on the way. There is a revised front end with new daytime running lights.
Lamborghini is preparing the replacement for the Aventador. It would still have a V12 engine but possibly with hybrid assistance. This bears some of the production body panels, giving us an idea of how the new supercar will look. There are massive side intakes and high-mounted exhaust pipes.
The Mercedes CLE Class will replace the coupe and convertible versions of the C and E Class. This is the hardtop. The gallery includes our first look at the cabin. There’s a digital instrument cluster and an infotainment tablet at an angle on the center stack.
Here is the refreshed Mercedes GLA in basic version. He is in light camouflage with a cover only on the nose and part of the tail.
This is the new generation Peugeot 3008. We can’t make up our minds about the styling as the company is testing the model under the body of a Citroën C5 Aircross.
We got some more photos of the Rolls-Royce Specter electric coupe. These shots focus on the lap of the Nürburgring.
The Skoda Superb is the brand’s version of the Volkswagen Passat. Estate and liftback versions are on the way. This one appears to have the production body and lighting. Otherwise, it’s camouflaged.
This VW Tiguan wears black tape and stickers to make it look like the current model. There’s also a look inside the tablet-like infotainment screen.