Here is the ’20 GT500 on the road in Race Red.
Automotive Spy Shots
Mustang Hybrid: If this is the Mustang hybrid, expect it to borrow the 3.3L V6 hybrid setup from the recently debuted Explorer Hybrid.
Prototype Corvette: Here is the latest prototype of the mid-engine Corvette, with photos of the production headlights, taillights, “Batwing” and other details that we haven’t seen before.
Kia Tusker: The Kia Tusker will ride on the same platform that will underpin the next-gen Hyundai Creta.
These are photos of a Ford Ranger prototype testing around Ford’s headquarters that could foreshadow a diesel version of the midsize truck for the U.S. market.
The Bronco mule was dressed in light camo over a cobbled-together Ranger T6 body.
This is a mule for the next-generation Ranger Raptor in Metro Detroit.
The Mustang Bullitt just debuted last year at the 2018 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), so this seems a bit early for a refresh.
2020 Toyota Tundra: Toyota is giving the Tundra a major refreshing for 2020 while preserving the 11-year-old cab from 2008.
2020 Ford Fiesta CUV: The new model will share the platform and the mechanics of the Fiesta hatch and will have to do battle with strong competition, including the Kia Stonic, the Seat Arona and the VW T-Cross.
2020 Ford Escape: The Escape should get power from Ford’s 1.5L Ecoboost three-cylinder as the volume engine, while the 2.0L Ecoboost four-cylinder will likely continue as the upscale engine offering.
Here’s the latest prototype of the mid-engine Corvette, including exclusive photos of the production taillights, a new rear wing and a look at the front fascia.
Up until now, the ’20 GMC Sierra HD has only been seen in Crew Cab guise (and spied in double cab).
Is this a mule for the Mustang hybrid? According to sources familiar with the Blue Oval, it’s highly likely that’s what this is.