• Cake Kalk& Electric Motorcycle

    Cake Kalk& Electric Motorcycle

    The Kalk& (“Kalkand”) is the street legal version of Cake’s electric dirt bike. It’s a city motorcycle that you can also use to conquer trails. It weighs just 173lb thanks to its aluminum frame and is nearly silent. It lasts up to 53mi per charge and has a top speed of 56mph. It has three riding modes, three brake modes, and all LED lighting.

  • 2020 Land Rover Defender

    2020 Land Rover Defender

    The 2020 Land Rover Defender is here and it looks hella good. After a short hiatus, the Defender returns with modern styling and tech while still keeping the boxy silhouette it shares with the previous edition. Unlike the original body-on-frame truck, the 2020 Defender is built on an aluminum unibody chassis and rides on a fully independent suspension. Inside, the Defender gets a digital instrument cluster and a cabin trimmed in upscale materials like leather and wood. Although the four-door …cotinue reading

  • Pagani Huayra Roadster BC

    Pagani Huayra Roadster BC

    The topless version of Pagani’s Huayra BC is slightly heavier, but also more powerful and more aerodynamic than its roofed counterpart. The Huayra Roadster BC is powered by a bespoke Mercedes-AMG 6L twin-turbo V12 that produces up to 800hp and 774lb-ft of torque. It has a strong and light carbon composite monocoque with front and rear tubular steel subframes, and a redesigned body to maintain grip. Production is limited to 40 units, with each one going for $3.4M.

  • Michelin Airless Tires

    Michelin Airless Tires

    Come 2024, you’ll never have to fear flats again thanks to the awesome Michelin Airless Tires. The Unique Puncture-Proof Tire System, or “Uptis,” means no blowouts or maintenance while the composite rubber and resin embedded fiberglass design are also kinder to the environment. There are currently 200 million tires binned each year–this arrival could reduce that up to a fifth.

  • Indian Motorcycle FTR 1200 Artist Series

    Indian Motorcycle FTR 1200 Artist Series

    Five renowned artists such as skateboard icon Steve Callabero and graffiti legend, RISK, have lent their talents to produce the Indian Motorcycle FTR 1200 Artist Series. It’s a strictly limited edition (just one hundred each) run of decorated tank covers that promise to make said cool motorcycle, cooler still with diverse designs that range from street art to the abstract.

  • De Tomaso P72 Supercar

    De Tomaso P72 Supercar

    Italian carmaker De Tomaso springs back to life just in time for its 60th anniversary, and it brought fire with it. The P72 is a jaw-dropping supercar heavily inspired by 1960’s Le Mans prototypes. It’s built around the carbon fiber chassis of parent company Apollo’s IE racer. No word on the drivetrain yet though. The car will be limited to 72 units and will go for $850,000.

  • ECD Project SOHO

    ECD Project SOHO

    Customized luxury designed to conquer any surface in total comfort, off-road rides don’t arrive much cooler than the ECD Project SOHO. A superhero-fied Land Rover Defender riding on all-terrain tires, it’s powered by a Corvette-sourced 6.2-liter, 565hp engine, accompanied by the likes of air-suspension, LED lights, underbody protection, leather bucket seats and a state-of-the-art infotainment and sound systems.

  • Charge Electric Ford Mustang

    Charge Electric Ford Mustang

    British car shop Charge has unveiled a limited edition electric conversion of 1960’s Fastback and Convertible Ford Mustangs. These officially licensed bodies are equipped with 536hp electric motors and have a 64kWh total battery capacity, giving them a top speed of 149mph and a 200-mi range. Limited to 499 units.

  • 2020 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4

    2020 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4

    The Cayman GT4 is back. This time it’s powered by a naturally-aspirated 4.0 L, six-cylinder engine that produces up to 414 hp and 309 lb-ft of torque. It also has a six-speed manual transmission, adaptive dampers and an adjustable wing.

  • 2020 Toyota GR Supra

    2020 Toyota GR Supra

    Upon its release, the Japanese carmaker announced that the 2020 Toyota Supra was designed to “define the next generation of performance.” Boy does it, and then some! Inspired by Toyota’s FT-1 concept and developed in partnership with BMW (who in turn developed their newest Z4 from the deal), this gorgeous beast is graced with the curves of a cover girl and the brawn of an all-conquering Marvel hero; a fun-filled, grin-inducing ride that is nothing short of, well, ‘supra.’ And …cotinue reading