The teardrop camper design time-tested & proven but Oregon Trailer has created one made for legit off-road action. The built-to-order TerraDrop campers feature heavy duty off-road suspension & all-terrain tires with loads of options for customizing the kitchen, interior, cargo carriers, & extras like solar systems & roopftop tents.
In celebration of the 75th anniversary of the original 1941 Willys MB, Jeep has created the special edition 75th Salute, an open top, doorless 2-door featuring OG steel bumpers, 32-inch milspec tires and a circa 1941 olive drab paint job. Too bad they won’t be offering this edition to the public, it’s a one-off.
SylvanSport makes ultra-light modular camper trailers & they teamed up with portable solar specialists Goal Zero to create an integrated solar kit for the GO Trailer. The Sunny Side Up kit features a Yeti 400 solar generator, 2 solar panels, a 350–lumen LED light & all the accessories needed to run lights, power your devices, even watch movies when you’re off on an adventure.
The Australian-made EXP-6 camper trailer is built to endure & excel at off-road action in the Outback, a formidable proving ground for any 4X4 adventure. With river-fording clearance & independent 4-corner multi link air suspension, it can easily carry a cargo up to 11X the weight of the camper while avoiding off-road hang ups. The exterior is made of German composite materials to withstand all weather & the interior is luxurious and practical with a flatscreen TV, filtered climate control, & 360º sound.
For 90 years, Ducati has been setting the standard in Italian motorcycle design. To celebrate their 90th, they’ve built a limited edition birthday bike: a 1299 Panigale S Anniversario, featuring the race-tuned 205 HP SuperQuadro 1285cc engine, retro racing graphics, & gold Marchesini rims. Only 500 of these bikes will be made.
First released back in 2013, the iconic LaFerrari will soon be available in an open roof “Spider” variant. It is powered by the same 949 horsepower 6.3-liter hybrid V12 but got some aerodynamic updating. A very limited run of 150-200 cars will be imported to the U.S. with a price tag of nearly $1.4 million.
For 2017, Porsche has redesigned the Panamera. Most will agree that the outline of this 2nd-generation, aluminum-body sedan is an improvement on the original design. It is longer, wider, & taller, but has a lower roofline, giving it more familiar Porsche styling. It will be available with a twin-turbo 2.9-liter V6 that outputs 440 HP or a 550 horsepower twin-turbo V8 that goes 0–60 in 3.6, with a top speed of 190 MPH.
The Pearl RearVision is a backup camera for your car that’s mounted in a license plate frame & links wirelessly to your phone with a dedicated app to give you eyes in the back of your vehicle. A great way to avoid crunching the bumper or scratching the paint on that classic car.
Lilium is the world’s first electric-powered jet that takes off and lands vertically. The sleek 2-passenger craft cruises at 180 MPH with a max speed of 250MPH. The flight range is 300 miles. You’ll need a sport pilot’s license to fly one but the fully computer-assisted control system makes it easy. You hope. Available January 2018.
The most obvious updates to the 2017 Maserati Quattroporte are the nosejob and the fresh grill. The flagship four-door also got a boost in power: new top speeds of 192 mph for the GTS model and 177 mph for both the V6-powered S and S Q4. Luxury options abound, like an Ermenegildo Zegna Edition interior & GranSport trim packages.