Spotted on public roads in Germany, the upcoming 911 Cabriolet sports the same design features as the recently introduced coupe.
Automotive Spy Shots
Toyota Supra Race Car: The specs for the two models to be shown at the Detroit Auto Show have been all but confirmed: 265 hp from a base 2.0L inline-four, and 340 hp from the inline-six engine.
Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison: The Colorado ZR2 Bison is a factory-spec truck with serious off-road capabilities. It features class-exclusive front and rear locking differentials and Multimatic DSSVTM dampers.
’20 RAM 2500 Tradesman: The new HD trucks are expected to ditch the crosshair grille—a hallmark of the vehicle since the mid-’80s. Other exterior styling runs parallel to the 1500 but in a more muscular fashion.
These spy shots show a heavily camouflaged prototype, which is reasonably close to the final product.
This is the Ford Explorer ST, caught testing in Colorado, and with barely any camo.
Here’s the ’20 RAM Power Wagon, completely undisguised while testing in Metro Detroit.
This is the ’20 Ford Explorer caught testing in light camo just outside of Dearborn, Michigan.
The upcoming RS7 Sportback can be expected to get all the traditional performance styling cues.
Just a couple of weeks before the official reveal, photographers caught the next-gen Mazda 3 with minimal camouflage testing in Germany.
Here’s the ’20 RAM 2500 (Tradesman) in its most revealing camo to date.
The Japanese sportscar made a kind of semi-official public appearance during a sportscar race at the German Nürburgring last weekend.