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.
This BMW X1 M35i development vehicle shows off the sporty model's aggressive front fascia with multiple openings. It has a prominent spoiler over the rear hatch, and the bumper makes room for dual exhausts on each side.
Gallery: BMW X1 M35i Nurburgring Spy Photos
An updated BMW X6 is on the way. This one shows off the larger openings in the grille and much more prominent inlets in the front fascia.
Gallery: BMW X6 facelift new spy photos
This Bentley Continental GTC doesn't wear a bit of camouflage. If you look at the rear bumper, you can see the door covering the charging port for the PHEV system.
Gallery: Bentley Continental GTC PHEV Spy Photos
This is the Mercedes-AMG CLE 53, and the best way to tell is by looking at the back. This one has dual, circular exhausts coming out of each side of the bumper. In contrast, the hotter 63 grade has trapezoidal outlets.
Gallery: Mercedes-AMG CLE 53 Spy Photos
This gallery provides a great look at the new Mercedes E-Class estate. Unfortunately, it wears lots of camouflage.
Gallery: 2024 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate Spy Photos
This Mercedes-AMG S63 wears a very aggressive front fascia with multiple openings and larger ones in the outer corners. Like other models in the 63 series, there are trapezoidal exhaust outlets at the back.
Porsche was busy working on the Taycan this week. In one gallery, we see what appears to be a more aggressive model with a wider front fascia, carbon-ceramic brakes, and a rear wing. The other group of photos is the refreshed model, including the Sport Turismo wagon.
Gallery: Porsche Taycan Possible GT Spy Photos
Gallery: Porsche Taycan Refresh Spy Shots
Volkswagen tries to dress up the next-gen Passat to look like the current model. This includes applying stickers that match the shape of the lights and the grille. One gallery of photos shows the car on the road. The other group of pictures catches the wagon on the Nürburgring.