Motor1.com puts up spy shots of upcoming vehicles practically every day and sometimes more often than that. If you want to stay on the cutting edge of what’s on the way check out this list of all of the glimpses of development vehicles from the past week.
The updated BMW 1 Series boasts a new front fascia with a large, trapezoidal grille with triangle-shaped air openings at the sides. This one has quad exhausts at the back, indicating it’s a higher-spec, sporty trim.
The next-gen BMW M5 features a more aggressive nose than the standard model. At the back, there are four exhaust outlets and a rear diffuser. The powertrain reportedly comes from the BMW XM. In the Label Red variant, the output is 738 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque.
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The Ferrari SF90 is already a supercar, and the brand is working on a hotter version. We believe the brand intends to call it the LM. The model gains a more aggressive aero setup, including a big wing and a larger opening in the front fascia. Sections of camouflage on the hood hide more vents.
Ford is working on a new take on the Bronco Raptor. This one has lots of Code Orange accents, and there are painted fender flares, rather than the current textured plastic design. When we contacted Ford, a spokesperson said more details were coming later.
These spy shots give us a clearer look at the updated Ford Explorer. It features a more prominent grille and smaller headlights. At the back, there are new graphics for the taillights and an altered bumper with revised cutouts for the exhaust pipes.
This Jeep Gladiator leaves its revised body completely undisguised. Like the recently updated Wrangler, the grille is smaller. There are also redesigned lights. Covers over the dashboard and driver’s seat indicate there are upcoming changes for these areas. Inside, we’re expecting a larger infotainment screen and redesigned HVAC vents.
The updated Land Rover Ranger Rover Evoque has revisions to the headlights and grille. The inlets in the lower fascia are smaller. The heavy camouflage on the back prevents seeing any changes there.
The Ram Rampage is the brand’s new truck for South America. However, this one is testing in the United States. It’s under very heavy camouflage. There continue to be rumors about the automaker bringing this model to the US.
The next-gen VW Tiguan wears camo that includes concealment over the grille, headlights, taillights, and rear bumper. There are also shots of the R-Line trim in this gallery, and it has a more aggressive lower fascia.