BMW was spotted testing a prototype this week for what’s more likely to be a brand new M4 CS. The automobile will fill the gap between the M4 Competition and M4 CSL, and is due in the marketplace next 12 months alongside an update to the entire 4-Series range.
2025 Audi S6 E-Tron spy shots – Photo credit: Baldauf
Audi was out testing an electrical midsize sport sedan, a vehicle that is regarded as the S version of the upcoming A6 E-Tron. Prototypes were spotted on the Nürburgring and reveal a few of the performance modifications we are able to expect.
Ferrari LaFerrari successor (F250) spy shots – Photo credit: Baldauf
Ferrari was also out testing prototypes, this time for a hypercar that is regarded as the successor to the LaFerrari. One among the prototypes was caught on video while lapping Ferrari’s Fiorano test track.
2016 HSV Maloo R8 LSA with left-hand drive – Photo credit: Mecum
This week we learned that an HSV Maloo, an Aussie-built sport truck powered by a supercharged V-8, is coming up on the market within the U.S. It packs 625 hp and can go under the hammer at an auction in Chattanooga in mid-October.
2024 Subaru WRX TR
Subaru launched a warmer version of its WRX, however it is not the WRX STI. As a substitute it’s a brand new grade called the WRX TR, and its modifications are focused on improving the handling of the compact sport sedan.
2024 Toyota Crown Sport (Japan spec)
Toyota launched the second of 4 planned body styles for its latest-generation Crown. The newest is the Crown Sport, a crossover body style that for now has only been announced for Japan.
2025 Volvo EX30
Volvo next 12 months will start deliveries of an electrical subcompact crossover. It goes by the name EX30, and this week we learned pricing information for the U.S.
Flying Huntsman 90 Spyder
And eventually, Kahn Design’s Flying Huntsman coachbuilding business previewed a convertible conversion for the Land Rover Defender. The conversion, which shall be ready for delivery next 12 months, contains a design typical of open-top supercars.
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