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This is the first production car from the Italian manufacturer.

No word on when this will finally hit the streets.

It's slated for debut in July.

The biggest differences are the ones you can't see.

Likely will compete against Honda HR-V, Toyota C-HR, Fiat 500X.

Look for a debut this fall in Frankfurt.

Reworked a bit front and rear.

Any changes from here will likely not involve the body.

It looks like the big coupe can dance.

The car is likely based on the fullsize 7-Series sedan.

Bigger than a Chevy Tahoe.

It's the successor to the unloved, unmourned Tribeca.

My, what big air intakes you have.

This is the sister car to the BMW Z5 convertible.

Spy photos!

Don't be surprised if the car makes more than 600 horsepower.

Because it looks almost exactly like the old one.

Don't look for a full reveal anytime soon.

The shape is there for all to see.

The shooting brake version is likely to have been dropped.

The car looks to be based on the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sedan.

It appears to be an evolution of the current styling.

Yes, that massive grille carries over from the concept.

It's set to compete against the BMW X6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class Coupe.

Still with camouflage body wrap.

The high-roller will share a platform with the new Rolls-Royce Phantom.

It shares a platform with upcoming Genesis G70.

Update: Kia announced earlier today that it will debut a new car at the 2017 North American International Auto Show, which we assume is the car seen here. You can visit Kia's microsite at www.thecurveahead.com. Quick and dirty details: Kia-World.net snagged a photo of a prototype Kia GT sedan without any camouflage. This confirms our suspicions from earlier spy photos that the styling will take cues from the Kia GT concept first seen way back in 2011. The new car is expected to be officially re

The F12 Berlinetta's successor is expected at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.

It's time for an update to the front-engine two seater.

The arms race between car companies and spy photographers heats up in the era of drones.

Now camouflage free from the B-pillar back.

Get a good look, because we doubt we'll see this one in the US.

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