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Spy Shots—2016 Ferrari FF Prototype

KGP Photography's man in the Arctic Circle caught a prototype for an update destined for the Ferrari FF, revealing a revised front fascia for the Italian Shooting Brake.

Civic Type R, Acura NSX to Premiere at Geneva Motor Show

Signaling a new era for the Honda brand in Europe, every model in the range will be new or refreshed in 2015, with many being unveiled in production form for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

Spy Shots—2017 GMC Acadia Prototype

The next-generation GMC Acadia prototype is reportedly moving to GM's new Chi architecture, possibly resulting in a slightly downsized crossover, more along the lines of the Nissan Pathfinder or Ford Explorer.

Spy Shots—Range Rover Evoque Convertible

KGP's photographer in the UK has just gotten a terrific set of shots showing the Range Rover Evoque Convertible from all angles.

Nissan’s 2016 Titan Scheduled for So-Cal Appearances

Only days after a Detroit world debut, the all-new Nissan 2016 Nissan Titan XD fullsize will make three weekend appearances in Southern California.

Spy Shots—Maxima Sport Concept

This new Nissan Maxima test car, captured by the photographers at KGP, has less camouflage around key elements of the design, including its C-pillar and side-window profile.

Spy Shots—More Agressive Civic for 2016?

Here is a quality look at a lightly camouflaged prototype of the 2016 Civic, the compact that Honda is gearing up to go head-to-head with Ford’s Focus.

Spy Shots—McLaren P13 Sport Series Prototype

KGP Photography caught the first glimpse of McLaren's P13 Sports Series testing on public roads.

Spy Shots—Nissan Titan Prototype

The shooters at KGP Photography have their most detailed shots yet of Nissan's next-generation Titan pickup, capturing the new truck in a more polished trim level than previously published spy shots.

More Than 12 Ford Vehicles Coming From New Global Team

Ford will deliver more than 12 new performance vehicles for global enthusiasts through 2020, as the company announced its new global Ford Performance team.
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