The forthcoming Velar will be the latest addition to the Range Rover lineup. Due to be officially unveiled on March 1 at the Geneva Auto Show in Switzerland, the Velar name links back to the original 1969 Range Rover prototype. Aside from this image and some leaked photos of the new model with a pre-release factory camo wrap, few details on the new Rover are known. Stay tuned.
Even though it’s roughly the same size as your iPhone & weighs just 1 pound, the iClever Boost Engine packs serious power. With 600 amps of peak current & 15000mAh of juice, it will jump start your car, fully recharge your iPhone 7.5 times, a Nexus 6P 2.5 times & other USB devices at up to 2.3A per port. There’s also a built-in LED light & it’s backed by a lifetime warranty.
The forthcoming 812 Superfast will be the fastest and most powerful Ferrari ever produced. This pumped-up successor to the F12 Berlinetta is powered by a massive 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine that, unlike recent Ferrari supercars does not use turbos. With an output of 789 horsepower, the 812 goes 0-62 in 2.9 with a top speed of 211MPH.
No chrome. That’s the defining feature of Harley’s 2017 Road King Special. Powered by the new Milwaukee twin cam 108 C.I. powerplant, this iconic hard-bag cruiser is 10% more powerful than the outgoing model and along with its stripped-down & blacked-out styling it features a street-sweeping lowered stance.
Gateway Bronco call themselves “Barn-Find Specialists” and once found, their vintage Ford Bronco’s are transformed into new modern classics: frame-off restorations updated with modern performance technologies, 4-wheel disc brakes, a new Ford Coyote 302 engine, & new leather interiors. What they don’t mess with: the paint. That 40 years of patina stays.
In terms of power, the 2018 Durango SRT rivals Mercedes’ 577-hp AMG GLS63 as the fastest three-row vehicle on the road. Powered by a 392-cubic-inch Hemi V-8 engine, the new Durango SRT generates 475 horsepower tons of torque. That translates to 0 to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds and a snappy quarter mile at 12.9 seconds. Dual exhaust, red leather interior, & Brembo discs all the way around. It’s practically an SRT Charger with seating for 6.
Built for rugged, off-road adventures, Colorado Teardrops is the first teardrop camper maker to construct their sleeper-campers entirely of aluminum: a rigid, long-lasting frame, ceiling & sidewalls; and this corrosion-proof construction ensures countless years of use. 4 models are offered ranging from a 2-person up to a premium 4-person model featuring solar panels, generator, and custom interiors.
Blending classic looks with modern technology, Austrian custom garage NCT Motorcycles turned Ducati’s racy 140-horsepower 848 EVO into a retro-inspired café bike. They stripped all the original bodywork & fabbed a custom sub-frame and aluminum tail unit that features a custom leather & fabric seat and embedded LED taillights. Stock shocks were replaced with Öhlins front & rear, a custom exhaust was designed & built, and lots of other small details transformed this Italian rooster from standard to stunning. source
The world’s wickedest wagon will once again be available in the U.S. The 2018 Mercedes-AMG E63 S wagon is coming & it’s the baddest long-roof Benz ever. Powered by a 4.0-liter V8 with a pair of twin-scroll turbos, this wagon outputs a whopping 603 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque. Adjustable AWD allows you to switch 100% of the torque to the rear wheels for “drift” mode like the sedan when the car is in Race Drive Mode. Yeah, Race Mode. This is our kind of grocery-getter.
Range Rover hasn’t built an original MK1 in more than 20 years but now they’re offering the iconic SUV again. In very, very limited numbers, Rover will offer “remanufactured” MK1s—using factory-approved donor vehicles these restos are painstakingly complete: every nut & bolt, frame-off, inside & out, ground-up rebuilds, calibrated back to factory specs. If you want one, you’ll have to move fast. Overnight sell-out is all but guaranteed.