Shooters recently caught this Gladiator prototype still heavily covered in vinyl camouflage.
The upcoming ’21 Cadillac Escalade is still running in full camo, but engineers did remove an important part of the cladding, providing a first look at the production-intent grille.
’21 Jaguar F-Type Coupe and Cabrio: The new ’20 F-type will retain its front engine, and there are talks of a purely electric Jaguar F-type featuring a 100kWh energy cell and two e-motors rated at 150kW/350Nm each.
Mystery Colorado Mule: The identification of this mule is unknown; however, it is believed that it is not a mule related to the Bronco’s development.
Baby Bronco: Called “Baby Bronco” or “Scout,” it’s tipped to be given the Adventurer nameplate for the ’21 model year.Called “Baby Bronco” or “Scout,” it’s tipped to be given the Adventurer nameplate for the ’21 model year.
C8 Corvette Convertible: The C8 will switch to a hard-top configuration for the convertible model.
Here’s the ’20 Chevy Corvette Stingray in Rapid Blue, providing a more complete look at the new color.
This is a mule for the ’21 Jeep Wagoneer, caught flexing in Death Valley, California.
Rumors point to McLaren working a faster, lighter “Long Tail” version of the 720S for launch next year, and a new prototype caught testing appears to confirm that.
This is the Hyundai RM19, caught while testing for the first time in Germany.
Corvette C8: The Corvette will undergo a landmark change in philosophy, having always been a front-engine/rear-wheel-drive sports car.
Toyota Tundra Hybrid: The system is more powerful for the new Tundra and will reportedly produce 450 hp and 500 lb.-ft. of torque while getting 30-plus miles per gallon.
’20 Nissan Titan PRO-4X: Nissan will give the fullsize Titan a modest facelift for ’20.
Here’s the upcoming Ford Mach E prototype undergoing testing.
Shooters in Germany caught up to Porsche’s swansong for the current generation Panamera, which will be discontinued in 2022.