The idea of a touring variant of the incredible Ducati Diavel superbike is like a Lamborghini station wagon or a Porsche SUV … Oh, wait. Well, anyway, before you write it off, consider what fun it would be to take this massive, 162 horsepower Italian stallion on a roadtrip. The “Strada” features everything you need for touring: a windshield, panniers, even a passenger backrest.
The X132 Hellcat Combat is not the type of two-wheeled roadboat to answer the urge of that mid-life Easy Rider fantasy. This thing is built around the fastest big block V-twin motor ever. It was designed for breaking land speed records at Bonneville and that’s what it does. With a top road speed of 200mph, this thing will peel dads off the back before they can say “Wild Hogs.”
Who doesn’t like a topless Italian? The latest addition to Lamborghini’s line of sexy supercars is the Aventador Roadster, a 700-horse, V12 coupe with a removable carbon fiber roof. Like its fixed-roof sibling, this new Aventador also features a 7-speed paddleshift gearbox, snaps 0-60 in 3 flat, and boasts a top speed of 217mph. Would you?
With its trellis frame design and a ridiculous power-to-weight ratio, MV Agusta’s latest 798cc triple-cylinder streetfighter got a fitting a name. The Brutale is a mean one. It will be available in the states next year.
The stunning sixth–generation version of Maserati’s Quattroporte will be released in 2014, but images have just been released. Clearly it features the brand’s signature luscious bodylines and serious luxury appointments but so far, details about performance are being withheld, except the fact that an all-new Maserati & Ferrari-designed powertrain will make it go. Odds are pretty good that this 4-door will be serious competition for BMW 7-Series, S-Class Benzos, and Jaguar XJs.
Originally designed for the military as the M37, the iconic Dodge Power Wagon is one of the meanest American trucks ever produced—a favorite of collector’s and 4X4 purists. Now you can get a completely restored and updated custom Power Wagon from Wyoming-based master builders, Legacy Classic Trucks. Their super heavy-duty customs make those lifted Tundras & Titans look like toys.
When packing for camping and roadtrips, there’s only so much gear you can cram into your vehicle. These compact, tow-behind modular trailers give you loads more cargo space plus lots of options for customizing how you roll. Rig yours up with racks, a taligate, a platform tent, etc. Dinoot also offer a heavy-duty offroad model for going deep. Source
If you always dreamed of driving a life-size Hot Wheels car your weird little fantasy has finally come true. After scrapping the plan to use a Volt, Hot Wheels and Chevy agreed that the Camaro was the perfect platform for a Hot Wheels collab. Available in either a V6 or V8, the Kinetic Blue paint is complimented by ZL1 ground effects, 21-inch redline rims, and Hot Wheels logos throughout. Available in early 2013.
Half Quad & half Jet-Ski, the Quadski is a new, American-made amphibious vehicle that can hit speeds of 45 MPH on both land and water. The brainchild of Michigan-based Gibbs Sport Amphibians, the 175-horsepower and very James Bond-esque ATV goes on sale in November.
Since its introduction in 1986, the Ducati Monster has consistently been one of the most universally respected motorcycles on the road. Admired by bikers of every stripe for its fierce engine tone, well-balanced Italian design, and visceral ride, Ducati is marking the Monster’s 20th birthday with 3 distinct Anniversary editions: the naked & nimble M696, the M796 featuring an all new L-Twin motor, and the burly, 100-horse, twin-valve M1100 EVO.