This rear-drive-biased, slick looking vehicle is (we think) the 2019 Genesis G70 test-mule. Destine to be a BMW 3-Series fighter, this vehicle may be powered by a 2-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder, a hybrid system mated to a four-cylinder engine and, possibly, a twin-turbocharged V6 like the unit used in the 365
Volkswagen is ready to put the recent past behind it and build a more profitable future in the United States with the introduction of the all-new 2018 VW Atlas SUV. This is a three-row vehicle capable of carrying seven people in relative comfort.
Volkswagen calls it a midsize SUV, but it's
The next generation Land Rover Discovery will be officially revealed at the 2016 Paris Auto Show on Sep 28th. It's just a few short days away. However, here is very lightly camouflaged 2018 Land Rover Discovery prototype parked in a Macy's parking lot. Why did the prototype go to the
The 2018 Lexus LS was spotted in heavy camouflage doing high-altitude testing in the mountains around Vail, Colorado by TFL reader Yeng. While this model is certainly quite early on in its development process, a few design cues can be seen underneath all the plastic, revealing what appears to be
The 2018 Volvo XC60 has been making the test rounds recently, and TFLcar reader Jacob submitted the photos here of the car spotted in Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
The XC60 is overdue for an upgrade, and the heavy plastic body cladding on this prototype suggests that Volvo wants to hide what's probably a
Take a look at this Ford Ka+ prototype we spied on public roads near Ford's headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan.
The Ka has not ever been offered in the US, but it has been a staple of Ford's European lineup since its debut in 1996. What would this Ka+ be doing in
Check out these photos of, what we think is a production-ready Ford GT testing where everyone can see. To say fans are chomping at the bit for this car to go into production is an understatement. The 2017 Ford GT is supposed to have an annual run of 250 units.
Thanks to a TFL reader and viewer who goes by the alias "Zaphod58," we have what appears to be spy shots of the next Nissan Rogue performing a towing test. The front of the vehicle is unmistakably Nissan but the company has made a departure from its norm when it comes to the