For 2018, Porsche is adding a new wagon-style variant to the Panamera lineup. With an updated rear-end design that is all new from the B-pillars back, the forthcoming Sport Turismo will hit U.S. dealers by the end of this year in 4 models including a 330-hp turbocharged V6, a V6 & Electric hybrid, and a 550-hp V8.
The compact Air OPUS is a camper like no other. Why? It’s inflatable. With just the press of a button, the onboard electric pump inflates the pop-up soft-top. In just 90 seconds it’s fully inflated. Break down is just as quick. An optional exterior Air Awning tent is also available.
Created by boat builder and small home designer John C. Harris to be compact & light enough to tow behind his Mini Cooper, the CLC Teardrop Camper is nonetheless large enough to comfortably sleep 2 adults up to 6’6” while providing a customizable rear galley, 12-volt electrical system, and a roof strong enough to support all kinds of rack configurations for your toys. Available as a DIY kit.
Built by Brooklyn-based resto-mod master Stefano Venier, this bike was transformed from a chunky 80s-era cruiser into a sleek and stripped down classic silhouette. It’s a Kawasaki KZ1000 but the lowered stance, modified tank & race-inspired front fairing, plus the bobbed & cleaned up rear-end change the look entirely. Updated suspension, electrics, & brakes add modern performance. via
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.