Here’s a prototype for the Charger Widebody, though this one appears to be the Scat Pack variant.
This is the mid-engine Vette track testing and also a first look at a near-production prototype without an aero package.
This is a Toyota Tundra seems to be a prototype for the first-ever hybrid variant.
Here’s a first look at the ’20 Nissan Titan PRO-4X testing in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Bronco Mule: The Bronco will have body-on-frame construction and (unlike the Ranger) will have coil-spring solid axles in the front and rear.
Ranger Diesel: This Ranger prototype could foreshadow a diesel version of the midsize truck for the U.S. market.
’20 Shelby GT500: Ford stated that the GT500 will be capable of mid-three-second 0–60-mph and sub-11-sec. quarter-mile scores.
’22 Ranger Raptor Mule: This mule doesn’t offer much in exterior changes, but it does appear to have the next-gen interior, suspension and powertrain.
Ford Mustang Bullitt: The only real changes that can be seen are the placement of the foglights, which appear to sit a couple inches higher on the front fascia, and the area below the foglights, which now appears to angle in toward the grille.
’21 Jeep Wrangler: Jeep has not yet revealed which engine the PHEV system will be paired to, but rumors point to the 3.6L V6 from the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid as the likely candidate.
Caught while testing in Auburn Hills, Michigan, the Jeep Wrangler 3.0L EcoDiesel is finally becoming a reality.
This is a first look at the ’21 Ford F-150, caught while testing on the streets of Dearborn, Michigan.
Chevrolet debuted the Silverado HD just this past February, but there were a few configurations that they seemingly left out.
Here is the ’20 GT500 on the road in Race Red.