The shooters at KGP Photography caught GM engineers testing several prototypes outfitted with an upgraded version of its Duramax Turbo-Diesel V8 engine. Performance specifications are unavailable at this time, but the goal must certainly be to bump the current 6.6L Duramax Turbo-Diesel's horsepower, torque and towing capacity to counter Ford's recently upgraded 6.7L Powerstroke V8 Turbo-Diesel.
The shooters at KGP Photography caught Ford engineers testing a prototype for their updated global Ford Ranger pickup in the mountains of Colorado. Whenever a Ranger prototype is spotted testing in the United States, especially when it's in prototype form like this test truck, fans of the sub-F-Series trucks get renewed hope that the Ranger may once again be destined for U.S. showrooms.
The shooters at KGP Photography just got their first look at a production-spec prototype for the next Dodge Charger SRT8, running camouflaged on the streets of Detroit. The prototype allows a good feel for how the SRT's aggressive design touches will be applied to its new, Dart-inspired front fascia.
Digital tools, such as social-media sniffers, mobilized career websites and video interviewing, have all received major upgrades in the past year, making it even easier for businesses to snag prime candidates.
The shooters at KGP Photography caught a prototype for the ’15 Mustang sporting some new clear taillight lenses, providing a glimpse at what sources say is the European spec model. The white-lensed taillights look particularly clean when paired with the white bodywork on the Mustang in these shots.
The shooters at KGP Photography have some new, very aggressive photos revealing the new SRT-tuned Dodge Challenger—this time captured undisguised in red. The menacing, stormy weather in which this prototype was photographed was a fitting scene, given the menacing look resulting from the Challenger's powerful hood design.
Behold the first undisguised look at the SRT Challenger, powered by the supercharged "Hellcat" V8 engine. While the lesser Challenger variants have been unveiled at the New York Auto Show, numerous "Hellcat-powered" Challengers are still running with heavy camouflage.