Here’s an up-close look at the upcoming Corvette C8 convertible at Big Lots.
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Wrangler 3.0 EcoDiesel: Engine Stop-Start technology will be featured on EcoDiesel models, and the powerplant will be mated to a ZF-sourced eight-speed automatic transmission.
’21 Ford F-150: Ford has been working on an F-150 hybrid that is likely to be introduced with the new model, along with a plug-in hybrid.
Dodge Charger Widebody: This prototype features the original multi-spoke wheel design featured on the SRT392 and R/T Scat Pack with the Dynamics Package.
This is the upcoming Ford Adventurer compact SUV.
Last week, shots surfaced of a purported Bronco/Courier mule disguised as a Chevy Colorado.
This is no ordinary Camaro, as witnessed by the manufacturer plate and a sticker on the windshield that allows it access to the Milford proving grounds.
Bronco Mule: The Bronco will have body-on-frame construction and (unlike the Ranger) will have coil-spring solid axles in the front and rear.
Ranger Diesel: This Ranger prototype could foreshadow a diesel version of the midsize truck for the U.S. market.
’20 Shelby GT500: Ford stated that the GT500 will be capable of mid-three-second 0–60-mph and sub-11-sec. quarter-mile scores.
Here’s a first look at the ’20 Nissan Titan PRO-4X testing in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
This is a Toyota Tundra seems to be a prototype for the first-ever hybrid variant.
This is the mid-engine Vette track testing and also a first look at a near-production prototype without an aero package.
Here’s a prototype for the Charger Widebody, though this one appears to be the Scat Pack variant.