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Subaru BRZ STI Undisguised: Subaru has promised a version of the BRZ STI concept for two years now, and it seems destined for the United States at the end of the current car’s life.

’19 Camaro Lineup: The ZL1, 1LT, SS coupe and the SS convertible. All appear to be receiving a midcycle refresh that includes revised front and rear ends—perhaps extensively so.

GMC Sierra Denali 1500, Sierra/Silverado 1500 Double Cab: Like the Silverado, the Sierra will get a major redo with an aluminum-intensive body to save weight, as the Ford F-150 has already adopted.

Chrysler 300 SRT HellCat: This Chrysler 300 SRT has the same rims and tires (P315/40R18) seen on the earlier Dodge Demon mules and is most likely packing a HellCat.

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’18 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1: Chevrolet engineers are polishing the final details of what is set to become the swan song of the C7 Corvette generation.

’18 Jeep Wrangler: The new Wrangler will resemble the outgoing one, but various aerodynamic tweaks will make it less upright.

’19 Chevrolet Camaro: The Camaro will get a mid-cycle lift next year. Based on the camouflage on this prototype, the standard models will get some comprehensive changes from the A-pillar forward and at the rear.

’19 Ford Mustang GT500: Building on the GT350 and GT350R, the Ford Mustang GT500 is expected to be the next step in the hyper-musclecar stakes.

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’19 Toyota Supra: The new Toyota Supra is expected to arrive in 2018. The vehicle caught here wears less camouflage than previous prototypes, showing the coupe’s overall contours, massive front air intakes and the shape of the taillamps.

Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: This is the upcoming Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk (LHD/RHD), caught showing off its HellCat engine.

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’19 Ford Ranger Mule: Ford is testing the Ranger ahead of the truck’s reintroduction to the United States in 2019.

Toyota Tundra: Toyota is looking to give the Tundra another update before a new version appears sometime around 2020.

’18 Jeep Wrangler: It appears that the new Wrangler will be a mild evolution from the current Wrangler.

’19 Chevrolet Silverado: Camouflaged as a RAM in the front and an F-150 in the rear, this new Silverado makes generous use of LED lighting all around.


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