This is our best look yet at the upcoming Bentley Bentayga, spied undergoing winter testing in northern Sweden with less camouflage and more production-ready sheetmetal than any prototype we've seen to date.
Spy shooters catch a Hyundai Genesis Coupe mule testing in Sweden with a modified hood that could hide the 5.0-liter V8 from the Genesis sedan. A longer wheelbase for more passenger room, and Hyundai's HTRAC all-wheel drive are also expected.
Ferrari has been caught testing some new ducting at the front of the FF, and another one was recently filmed testing driving around the Fiorano track. It seems the Prancing Horse definitely has something in store for the shooting brake, possibly a turbocharged engine.
Spy shooters catch a camouflaged Hyundai Equus testing in the Arctic Circle. Hyundai's flagship sedan is expected to get even better build quality, lighter, more powerful, more frugal with fuel and a ten-speed transmission.
We've been waiting for Lamborghini to give its Aventador supercar the Super Veloce treatment, and that's just what we appear to have here - spied completely undisguised during a video shoot ahead of its anticipated debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.
Spy shots confirm that BMW is at least testing an all-wheel drive version of the M5, confirming previous rumors. The model likely wouldn't debut until the more powerful, next-gen model debuts and possibly only as an option.
Jalopnik got photos and video of the Nissan GT-R LM testing at the Circuit of the Americas, and it's wilder than we imagined: it does have its engine in the front, it apparently uses that combustion engine to power the front wheels while its KERS unit powers the rear wheels, and total system horsepower for the racer "is a conservative 2,000 [hp]."
Check out these early shots of the next-gen GMC Acadia doing some winter testing. The massive amount of camouflage makes picking out precise design details difficult, but the crossover reportedly rides the new Chi scaleable platform from General Motors.