Motor1.com puts up spy shots of upcoming vehicles practically every day and sometimes more than that. If you want to stay on the cutting-edge of what's on the way check out this list of all of the glimpses of development vehicles from the past week.
The next-gen BMW M5 will boast a plug-in hybrid powertrain with a twin-turbo V8. This one doesn't have all of the production-spec body panels. You can see elements like the wider fenders, though.
Gallery: 2024 BMW M5 new spy photos
The refreshed DS 7 Crossback features a grille with a new mesh design with chrome inserts. There's also a revised front splitter. At the back, it seems like the taillights have a new internal design. There don't appear to be other tweaks to the rear.
Gallery: DS 7 Crossback facelift spy photos
These photos were a huge surprise because the photographer caught a completely undisguised updated Ford Escape. The crossover now features a light bar spanning the headlights. The revised grille has a more oval-like shape. Trapezoidal fog light surrounds are on each corner.
Gallery: New 2023 Ford Escape Spy Shots
Jeep is working on a smaller offering that would slot below the Renegade. Although, it might not be available worldwide. The model reportedly rides on the CMP platform, which is also underneath the Opel Mokka and the DS 3 Crossback. This one wears lots of camouflage, and we can't even see the grille.
Gallery: New Baby Jeep Spy Photos
Here's the new Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe. The front looks similar to the regular GLC. At the back, it features a sleek roof and different headlights. We're expecting a debut before the end of the year.
Gallery: 2023 Mercedes GLC Coupe first spy photos
The updated Porsche 911 features a revised lower fascia with active slats. The rear of this one still has a panel over it to hide the design. Inside, the instrument panel is now fully digital, rather than having an analog tachometer.
Gallery: Porsche 911 Refresh Convertible And Coupe Spy Shots
Judging by these spy shots, the next-gen Volkswagen Tiguan will be available with an electric powertrain. This test mule wears the current vehicle's body with some modifications. The tweaks include a closed-off grille. There are also no tailpipes.