This is the ’19 Nissan Murano, caught testing for the first time in Arizona.
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Land Rover Defender Mule: It is expected that the Defender will utilize parts from other Land Rover vehicles and be built alongside other cars from the range.
’19 GMC Sierra 1500: The Sierra will get a major redo for 2019, with a significant revision that keeps some conservative construction methods but adds new technology and refinement.
Jeep Renegade: The Renegade will receive modifications to the bumpers, grille, headlights, taillights and a slight update to the cabin and dash.
Land Rover is just one year away from revealing its second-generation Evoque, which has now been spotted undergoing high-speed tests at the German Nürburgring race track—well ahead of its launch.
It appears that GMC will get its own version of the Silverado Trail Boss and, according to a source in the know, expect it to arrive under the All-Terrain nameplate.
Based on the camo on this prototype, the front end on standard models will receive some comprehensive changes from the A-pillar forward.
This is the new Buick Encore, caught testing for the first time in Metro Detroit.
This is a mule for the U.S.-spec KIA Sorento Diesel, caught while testing near Ann Arbor, Michigan
’19 Chevrolet Silverado 1500: GM is expected to make radical changes to its fullsize pickups in the form of aluminum-intensive construction to shed weight and improve efficiency.
’19 Ford Ranger XLT: It is now confirmed that the XLT will receive its own unique grille (following in the footsteps of the F-150 lineup).
’19 RAM: Continuing with the steel body for the RAM 1500 is a break from Ford’s pattern for weight savings on a fullsize truck.
’19 Jeep Scrambler Pickup: The truck is expected to be based on the long-wheelbase Wrangler Unlimited platform, with similar front-end styling and traditional Jeep styling toward the rear.
The Fiat 500X will get a few new features for the new year.
Here are the best shots yet of what’s to become the new Porsche 911 Turbo, likely due just months after the basic 911.