The Best Spy Shots For The Week Of November 14th

The Best Spy Shots For The Week Of November 14th

Motor1.com post spyshots of upcoming vehicles most days and sometimes more often than that. If you want to stay up to date with what’s going on, check out our quick list of development vehicles from last week.

People in countries where the steering wheel is on the right side have something to look forward to. This spy photo gallery features a Chevy Corvette Z06 test with the driver on the “wrong” side.

This is our best look at the next-generation Mercedes E-Class. It only wears light camouflage on its nose and tail. We expect a full debut to occur in the first half of 2023.

Apart from the sedan, the new E-Class gets a wagon variant. The setup should be mostly the same as a four-door but with an extended roof and a hatchback for added cargo space.

The Peugeot 508 refresh will include a nose with revised headlights and improved taillight graphics.

Volkswagen hid the Aero B by sticking stickers over the headlights and using masking tape to create faux exhaust pipes. The model is actually an electric vehicle. Inside, a piece of cloth covers the dashboard, but we can see the tall digital instrument cluster and infotainment screen.

The new Volkswagen Tiguan has a large grille. The development team covered up the taillights and installed fake exhaust pipes in the bumper.

This is Zeekr’s prototype robotaxi in full body camouflage. Its egg-like shape maximizes interior space. Waymo will use these vehicles to transport people around.

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