Designed & built for the factory team with the sole purpose of earning Indian the AMA Flat Track title, the race-tuned FTR750 Scout will now be available to the public-at-large. Two important details: it is not road legal and the price tag is $50K. Let’s hope that this offering hints at a road legal (& more affordable) version of the Scout in the not-too-distant future.
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.
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.
Built for rugged, off-road adventures, Colorado Teardrops is the first teardrop camper maker to construct their sleeper-campers entirely of aluminum: a rigid, long-lasting frame, ceiling & sidewalls; and this corrosion-proof construction ensures countless years of use. 4 models are offered ranging from a 2-person up to a premium 4-person model featuring solar panels, generator, and custom interiors.
Range Rover hasn’t built an original MK1 in more than 20 years but now they’re offering the iconic SUV again. In very, very limited numbers, Rover will offer “remanufactured” MK1s—using factory-approved donor vehicles these restos are painstakingly complete: every nut & bolt, frame-off, inside & out, ground-up rebuilds, calibrated back to factory specs. If you want one, you’ll have to move fast. Overnight sell-out is all but guaranteed.
The Woolly Bear is a lightweight & versatile trailer built for on-road & off-road adventures. It’s light enough to be towed by any 4-cylinder vehicle and offers loads of stowage & storage for gear and food. There’s a full camp kitchen, a pull-out drawer for a large cooler, an open air cargo area & enough space up top to carry bikes, boards, a boat & pitch your tent.
The Aston Martin Vanquish S will now be available in a drop top variant. The new Volante model got a solid update: a new carbon fiber front splitter, side sills, and rear valance plus an integrated spoiler and quad exhaust tips in the rear. It keep the same naturally-aspirated 5.9-liter V12 motor tuned up to 580 hp & driven by an 8-speed automatic tranny.
It’s got the classic look of an old 35mm film camera but the Pentax KP is a compact DSLR with incredible low-light shooting capabilities: a max ISO of 819K gives it better low-light sensitivity than all its peers. With a APS-C sensor it shoots a 24MP still image using a 27-point autofocus system and a 5-axis image stabilization system for clear, sharp images. It also shoots 1080p HD video.