Designed by a boat-builder, the teardrop camper-trailer kit from Chesapeake Light Craft combines classic boat-building materials like marine grade plywood & epoxy in a DIY kit that includes everything you need—except the trailer—to make this 8’long by 5’wide camper that fits a queen sleeper & dudes up to 6’6” tall plus the pop-up rear galley.
Powered by two high-power, electric motors and constructed for both over and under water activity, the luxurious 2 & 3-seater subs from Ortega Submersibles redefine underwater travel by using highly advanced naval technology. They are equipped with a trimming tank, on-board breathing apparatus and HUD navigation system, plus optional Magnetometers, Sonar, FLIR, & an extra air supply. The travel range is between 70 & 92 miles at underwater speeds of 11 knots. They can dive to depths of 310 feet.
Based around the sleek & futuristic design of their Alfieri Concept Car, Maserati plans to unveil its first electric vehicle … but not until 2020. Aside from images highlighting the stunning lines of this luxury 2-door sports car, few other details are currently known about the yet-to-be-developed powerplant for this first-ever electric Maserati.
Created by Milan’s infamous South Garage, the Nerboruta began its life as a humble ’79 BMW R75/5. Stripping it to the bare essence, the South crew completely transformed the bike by adding a vintage springer front end, bobbing the rear-end, & modified fuel tank, not to mention the generous use of wood for the saddle, fenders, & tank knee pads.
First released back in 1975, the ubiquitous Honda Rebel has been the user-friendly point of entry for generations of motorcycling enthusiasts. For 2017, the small-displacement factory custom cruiser got a complete overhaul. Available in a 300 or 500-CC model, the new Rebels feature water-cooled powerplants: the 300, a single & the 500, a parallel twin. Styling features include blacked-out & bobbed rear fenders, solo saddles, blacked-out wheels & a trellis-style frame. Shipping to Honda dealers April 2017.
Due to hit the streets in 2018, the all-electric I-Pace from Jaguar is powered by a 90 kWh battery that delivers 394 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque to all four wheels. That equals 0-60 in 4 seconds with a range of 220 miles on a charge.
First unveiled at this year’s EICMA international motorcycle show in Milan, BMW’s HP4 RACE was still just a prototype. Billed as the most exclusive bike they’ve ever created, BMW has now confirmed that the bike—featuring an all carbon fiber frame and carbon fiber wheels—will actually be produced and delivered in very limited numbers in the second half of 2017.
Audi has just unveiled the latest variant of their iconic R8. The limited-Edition 2017 R8 V10 Plus Exclusive features, for (almost) the first time in the U.S., headlights that combine LED & laser-light technology. It also features a Quantum Gray exterior, a Titanium Black Optic package, 20-inch gloss anthracite wheels, and a Solar Orange stripe along its carbon-fiber side panel. The interior features black & Signal orange leather.
It’s a Jeep, so you know it’s built for off-road action. The Revolution BFR-3 is a pedal-powered go-kart with big air-filled off-road tires, 3 gears, and a unique pedaling system allows you to go in reverse—easier to back out of a bog. There’s also a roll-bar & rear mud guards plus the frame is adjustable so you can add a second seat for riding 2-up. Sorry, kid-size only.
With its solo saddle and a clean rear triangle frame design, the 2017 Bonneville Bobber has a classic look with modern comforts. It may look it, but this is no hard tail. Hidden under the seat is a shock & spring that supports the whole rear end. This new model is powered by Triumph’s 1200cc in-line motor & features stripped down body work, wire spoked wheels and the option of drag bars or apes.