Were we spying on the Mercedes SLS AMG Electric Drive or was the electric supercar spying on us?
It’s safe to say November was a fruitful month in terms of spy shots as it allowed us to see a naked 2018 A-Class and also catch a first glimpse of the next-generation Audi RS7 Sportback. In addition, Mercedes dusted off the defunct SLS AMG Electric Drive and gave it a high-tech array of accessories consisting of cameras and sensors glued all over the body. Why? Your guess is as good as ours.
Rolls-Royce’s first-ever SUV was also spotted with less camouflage than ever on its sumptuous body, while an entire different SUV was immortalized by the spy camera as well. We are talking about Hyundai’s next fuel cell car, which was seen without even an ounce of camouflage on its futuristic body with door handles that pop out.
Other notable mentions include the first sighting of the all-new VW Jetta GLI, the retro-flavored Mercedes G-Class, and a hot Porsche duo consisting of the Boxster Spyder and Cayman GT4. Maserati was also seen testing the V8-powered Levante GTS and BMW was out and about evaluating the new X5 quite possibly in a spicy M Performance version.
Oh, and who can forget about the Bentley Continental GTC being tested in a winter scenery with the roof down?