Brenda Priddy's photographers grabbed these spy shots of the forthcoming Ferrari F450 prototype wearing not an inch of disguise, she says. While some of the body pieces are missing on the black mule, a large portion of the production sheet metal is clearly visible. Boasting over 500 hp, the F450 is rumored to have a higher power output than the 520-hp F430 Scuderia.
While the conditions weren't ideal, Brenda Priddy's spy photographers caught GMC's new 2010 Terrain SUV nearly camo-free before the engineer behind the wheel made his getaway.
Not only did Brenda Priddy's spy shooters get these shots of the new BMW 6 Series, but they got the convertible before the coupé, no less. The new 6 in these photos wears a canvas soft-top rather than the retractable hardtop typically found on cars in this class. Priddy notes this might be a compromise in the fight for trunk/cargo space.
GM shocked enthusiasts with news that it was disbanding its High Performance Vehicle Operations (HPVO ) team, the same crew responsible for V-series Cadillacs, the Chevy Cobalt SS and HHR SS. But spy photographer Brenda Priddy tells us that the HPVO team still has one trick up its sleeve.
Dust off your Fix-It-Again-Tony jokes: the new Fiat 500 convertible is due at European dealerships within a few months, and is a likely candidate for import to North America. Spy shooter Brenda Priddy's network caught this showroom-ready, pre-production specimen 500 Cabrio soft-top in Europe.
Spotted during winter testing by Brenda Priddy's spy photographer network, the new MINI Crossman represents a new angle for the automaker. The high-riding Crossman (previously called the Colorado within BMW) will feature all-wheel-drive, making it a candidate for active individuals needing a small car that can get them to the slopes.
McLaren's elusive P11 has moved from rumor to reality with these photos of the first prototype, shot during cold-weather testing in Sweden by Brenda Priddy's spy shooter network. Priddy says the P11 is tentatively scheduled for an introduction later this year, with production beginning in 2010, and is McLaren's replacement for the SLR.
Auto spy photographer Brenda Priddy says this is first proof of Ford’s all-new V8, code-named “Coyote." The 5.0L, four-valve, naturally aspirated V8 will be offered in the 2011 Mustang and F-150. Priddy estimates the mill will make 400 hp and 400 lb.-ft. torque, with fuel economy close to that of today’s 5.4L engine.
Spy photographer Brenda Priddy says that although Chevrolet still doesn’t have any Camaro convertible pictures on its consumer sites, this pre-production ragtop recently making the rounds in Australia is a no-brainer for North America. Productions delays may bump it to a 2011 model, though.
Code-named "WL," the 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee will ride on an all-new
platform shared with several other vehicles, including the next-gen
Dodge Durango and the next-gen Mercedes ML class. Spy photographer
Brenda Priddy says the new chassis is flexible enough to accommodate
five- or seven-passenger configurations.