Motor1.com Takes spy shots of oncoming vehicles practically every day and sometimes even more. If you’re curious about what’s on the way, check out this list of all the glimpses of development vehicles from last week.
BMW has an electric variant of the 5 Series on the way, and it’s a Touring Wagon variant. It looks pretty much the same as the standard model, except for a modified front end with smaller vents because EVs don’t need the same cooling as combustion-powered vehicles.
The Buick Envista is already available in China and is coming to the US soon. This is the first time we’re seeing a US-market version, and it looks identical to the version sold overseas.
The Chevrolet Corvette sports an odd exhaust design with a small diameter pipe exiting each side. The automaker is rumored to be developing a more powerful base model that could make more than 500 horsepower.
Mercedes-Benz is giving the CLA-Class and its shooting brake counterpart a minor refresh. The biggest tweaks are at the front where there are new headlights and a revised fascia. At the rear, the taillights get a new look.
Like the CLA, the GLB-Class is also getting a refresh. The recipe is the same. There are changes to the front end sculpting and changes to the taillights.
This is our first good look inside the new Mercedes GLC Coupe. It has a rectangular instrument display, and an angled screen dominates the center stack.
The 911 ST is based on the 911 GT3 Touring but gives it tweaks like a double bubble roof. The model takes inspiration from the limited-run 911 race car from the early 1970s.
Toyota is gearing up to expand its bZ range of EVs. The styling appears to be similar to the small SUV concept, but the development vehicle has a lot of camouflage and body cladding to hide the look.
The Volkswagen ID.7 debuted at CES, but there the car was in dynamic electroluminescent camouflage that hid design details. It thrives in the arctic and wears very light camo.
It’s hard to tell by looking at the car, but VW is working on a new Tiguan. The brand’s engineers cleverly hide the exterior so that the crossover appears as the current iteration. The platform is reportedly an evolution of the existing base, and the physical footprint should be slightly larger.