Spy shots come across our desk all the time. Most of the time, we have a pretty good idea of what we’re looking at. But other times we don’t. This is one of those “other times.”
Spotted in between test sessions is what appears to be a rather large, three-row crossover SUV, hidden under loose car covers. Several of them, it seems, in a developmental motorcade. They were photographed by our intrepid, shutter-ready reader Brett Borgard, who was kind enough to share them with us (and in turn, you).
Those basic parameters we can pretty well glean from the shrouded outline of the vehicle in question. But more than that, we don’t know. We get the feeling that it’s domestic. And if pressed, we’d guess it might be a GMC. But that’s just a hunch, and we have to admit that we could very well be way off.
GMC currently offers two crossovers: the five-seat Terrain and the seven-seat Acadia. The former it rolled out in its current second-gen iteration just last year, and the latter the year before, at successive editions of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
So it’d be hard to imagine that General Motors’ dedicated truck brand is preparing a completely new version of either. We could be looking, then, at an additional variant of either (more likely the Acadia, from the apparent size of it), or another new model altogether. Or something from another automaker.
In the end, your guess in this case is about as good as ours. So what do you think could be hiding under those covers? Take a gander and share your thoughts in the Comments section below.
A big thank you to Brett for the scoops!