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Corvette C8 Plug-In Hybrid: A curious C8 PHEV prototype was spotted with a rigged exhaust system that runs the exhaust through an exhaust flow analyzer tool.

’21 Ford Bronco Undisguised: This prototype of the ’21 Ford Bronco Sport has a signature boxy design that features an upright front fascia with Bronco headlight clusters, with a round headlight joined by a horizontal element.

Three-Row Grand Cherokee: Jeep is set to get a number of three-row SUVs in the next few years, and the Grand Cherokee three-row seen here looks like it’ll be ready to join the truck-based Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer.

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Mustang Mach 1 Prototype: The Mustang Mach 1 is supposedly set to arrive for 2021.

’20 Charger SRT Hellcat: The latest iteration of the Charger receives wider body panels similar to those found on the Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody, with more pronounced fenders.

’21 BMW 4-Series: This model features a massive twin-kidney grille, which echoes the one used on the Concept 4.

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’21 Dodge Durango: As the Jeep brand prepares to roll out two new Jeep Grand Cherokee variants for the ’21 model year, the current Dodge Durango will soldier on.

VW Golf R: VW Golf R is expected to debut in mid-2020.

Ram Rebel TRX: Ram is expected to launch a full-on rival to the Ford F-150-based Raptor performance pickup in 2020 with the Rebel TRX.

’21 Ford F-150 Hybrid: A new 4.8L V8 that is expected to replace the current 5.0L, although the engine lineup will continue to be dominated by EcoBoosts.

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’21 Volkswagen Golf GTi: Estimated to be shown in the middle of 2020, the GTi promises performance upgrades and a weight reduction.

Holden Colorado Refresh: Updates will be rather minor, delivering a reworked front fascia with new upper and lower grilles, foglight housings and a front bumper cover.

’21 GMC Yukon: Up front is a grille that is different from the one seen on the Denali, while the rear does not show any visible exhaust, unlike the Denali. 

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