Genesis G70 spy photosMon, 26, Jun 2017
The G70 will be the first stand-alone model built for the nascent Genesis brand. It shares a platform with Kia's new Stinger, but the G70 uses a more conventional sedan profile than the Kia. Spy photos spotted design details such as a diamond pattern grille and variations of alloy wheel designs and exhaust outlets, depending on the trim level and engine.
Ram 1500 spy photosMon, 26, Jun 2017
Some features of the next-generation Ram 1500, a longer wheelbase and a new tailgate that not only folds down but splits open in the middle to provide closer access to the bed, have emerged based on new spy photos. Under the hood, the new Ram 1500 is expected to get an upgraded 3.6-liter Pentastar engine with direct injection.
Toyota Avalon spy photosMon, 26, Jun 2017
Toyota’s next-generation full-size sedan appears to share some new design cues from its smaller sibling, the redesigned 2018 Camry. Spy photos indicate the sedan will receive a more aggressive front end and grille, quad exhaust and large wheels. The Avalon, which rides on Toyota’s TNGA platform, was spotted testing alongside a current model and a Kia Cadenza.
Seat AronaTue, 27, Jun 2017
Takata bankruptcy press conferenceMon, 26, Jun 2017
Nissan Leaf spy photosMon, 26, Jun 2017
2018 BMW X3 xDrive M40iMon, 26, Jun 2017
The 2018 X3 moves to BMW's versatile CLAR architecture, a lighter-weight modular system that already underpins the 7-series sedan. The redesigned X3 sports what BMW is calling its "three-dimensional" kidney grille and hexagonal fog lights, the first use of that face on one of its X models.
Peugeot pickupFri, 23, Jun 2017
Ford Fusion self-driving demonstrationThu, 22, Jun 2017
Kia StonicWed, 21, Jun 2017
Jaguar E-Pace spy photosTue, 20, Jun 2017
The E-Pace, captured by spy photographers, will ride on the platform that underpins the XE compact sedan. And like the Porsche Macan, it will be a high-performance crossover, Jaguar says.
Photos by KGP Photography
Volkswagen Jetta spy photosTue, 20, Jun 2017
Based on some of the first spy photos of the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta, the compact sedan is set to adopt front styling similar to the new Phideon and Arteon. The next Jetta won't feature the Arteon's clamshell hood design, but it borrows the Golf's mirrors and wheels. A bigger trunk and longer body are planned with the larger footprint. It's likely based on VW's new MQB platform, with three 4-cylinder engines: a 1.6-liter base engine, and optional 1.2-liter and 1.4-liter TSI engines. All Jettas are equipped with independent rear suspension for improved handling, but the MQB model might switch to a semi-rigid axle to save weight, some analysts believe.
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