This inflatable 9-foot sailboat fits in the back of your car and can go from the trunk to floating in the water in under 5 minutes. It’s designed for 4 people, with a payload of 1100 pounds and you can sail it, paddle it like a rowboat or mount a motor up to 8HP on the back to make it go.
It’s hard to believe that Lincoln has continued to produce it’s super-sized SUV the Navigator for the last 7 years without changing a thing. But finally they’ve updated it. For 2015 it got a new EcoBoost 6 engine, much needed interior upgrades, and they replaced the plastic budget bling grill with a cleaner one that looks more like the MKZ front-end & it features LED lights.
Here’s a pair of fresh built steeds from the hallowed halls of the Deus garage. Together they’re called Sibling Rivalry; a pair of Honda XR650R enduros transformed into street-ripping cafe bikes. One is called Boodaak & the other goes by Dakdaak, names derived from the motor tone of these tuned-up, one-off customs.
The biggest, baddest Benz just got replaced by a new one that’s bigger and badder. The new 2014 S600 is M-B’s’ most luxurious sedan & it’s powered by a 6.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V12 engine and is literally loaded with futuristic features like Collision Prevention Assist and a jet fighter-inspired Heads Up Display.
Without any modifications to your truck, this all-terrain tread system will turn your pickup into a tank. Or a snowcat. Simply drive up the loading ramps onto the treads, lock ’em down, and then go drive your truck through a snowbank, mudbog, swamp, & other places you could never go before.
Unveiled this week in Detroit, Porsche’s 2014 911 Targa features the same 350-horse flat six found in other models, as well as that same snappy gearbox – but the Targa, true to its heritage, is of course the drop top variant. This year the roof gets popped & dropped mechanically & stows under the rear glass. The addition of the silver “Targa bar” marks a return to the Targa’s original form.
At the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Chevy unveiled the new 2015 Z06 Corvette. Packing over 600-horsepower, this new American supercar has deep racing roots—borrowing engineering from the LeMans winning C7R ’Vettes tweaked just enough to make them (barely) legal for the streets.
After a 10-year run, the last new Lamborghini Gallardo rolled off the production line in November. The entry-level Lambo loved by rappers and the parents of child TV stars will now be replaced by this: the Huracán LP 610-4, a 610-HP V10 coupe styled after its big brother, the Aventador.
More everything. That’s what you’ll get with a 2015 C-Class. Model year updates to the Baby Benz line include a totally new body design, more powerful engine options, and full-time 4Matic all-wheel-drive.
A few years back New Zealand-based FX Bikes unveiled the world’s lightest dirt bike, a svelte little motocrosser build with a combo of mountain bike & motorcycle parts. Their newest creation is the FX5, now powered by a 4-stroke, single-cylinder, 125cc motor with optional automatic clutch. And gone are the mtb parts, meaning it’s a bit heavier at 130 pounds but still silly light. Specs are hard to come by at the moment, but stay tuned to their website for more information. Available next summer.