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  • Lexus LY 650 Yacht

    Lexus LY 650 Yacht

    We’re only three weeks into the year yet this is already one of our favorite things of 2019. The Lexus LY 650 Yacht is the company’s first, built in collaboration with the Marquis-Larson Boat Group, a 65-foot beast that boasts all the expected Lexus luxury and technology, with three staterooms and several entertainment and lounge areas. Expect to see this beauty creeping over the horizon late this year.

     
  • Lexus LC Convertible

    Lexus LC Convertible

    The only thing cooler than a Lexus LC coupe is one without a roof. The Lexus LC Convertible teased with its top down recently at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show, with the carmaker hinting that it’s a concept that may very well make its way to the production line. If it does, expect it to be powered by the 5-liter V8 or 3.5-liter hybrid V6. We can’t wait.

     
  • 2020 Toyota Supra

    2020 Toyota Supra

    Believe the hype so runs the Japanese carmaker’s headline concerning the 2020 Toyota Supra, and with its seductive bodywork and equally adrenalin-inducing stats, it’s not hard to do so. Designed to “define the next generation of performance,” it boasts 335hp, a 155mph top speed and glides as gracefully as a Russian ballerina.

     
  • Azaris Advanced Off-Road Vehicle

    Azaris Advanced Off-Road Vehicle

    Off-road driving taken to the next level, this thing looks like it could tackle the arid red surface of Mars. Not only does the Azaris Advanced Off-Road Vehicle ride on six wheels spread across three rows, but a state-of-the-art suspension for even greater flexibility and versatility, and is good to go with combustion or electric engine.

     
  • 2019 Honda Monkey

    2019 Honda Monkey

    The super stylish 2019 Honda Monkey is bags of fun. Inspired by the iconic Z50 and powered by the Grom’s 125cc air-cooled single engine, it’s ideal for daily commuting or to chuck on the back of a motorhome for some far-flung wind in your hair adventures. It’s yours in an eye-catching choice of Banana Yellow or Pearl Nebula Red.

     
  • Expedition Motor Company G-Wagen

    Expedition Motor Company G-Wagen

    Expedition Motor Co does one thing and they do it perfectly: They restore the Mercedes Benz Wolf. Every 250GD Wolf they restore is a masterpiece that takes close to 1,000 man hours. Their aim is to give you another 25 years of enjoyment from your vehicle. You can customize your own G-Wagen any way you like. The sky is the limit. Build your Wolf your way and howl. Your dream truck will become a reality. They have the knowledge, passion, …cotinue reading

     
  • 2020 Lincoln Navigator

    2020 Lincoln Navigator

    This handsome auto offering, the 2020 Lincoln Navigator, is an SUV heavy on the luxurious touring rather than sporting credentials–but that’s not to say it can’t move. The twin-turbocharged 3-liter V6 is backed by an electric motor for more than 450hp and over 600lb.-ft. of torque. There’s a wealth of state-of-the-art driver assist and safety features, seating for seven and 28 speakers for true surround sound.

     
  • Audi E-Tron GT Concept

    Audi E-Tron GT Concept

    An electric car that will have even petrol heads’ mouths watering. Recently debuted at the L.A. Auto Show, the Audi E-Tron GT Concept sports stunning curves and 590hp motor that will get you to 62mph in 3.5 seconds with a range of 250 miles. Best of all, the German giants say it’s nearly production ready.

     
  • 2020 Jeep Gladiator Pick Up Truck

    2020 Jeep Gladiator Pick Up Truck

    Boy does this thing wear its name well, the gorgeous 2020 Jeep Gladiator Pick Up Truck is the truck America’s been waiting for. Offering class-leading tow capacity combined with Jeep’s legendary off-road capabilities and the Wrangler’s wonderful lines, it’s powered by a 3.6-liter V6 good for 285hp with a 3-liter turbocharged diesel to come.

     
  • ECD Range Rover Classic

    ECD Range Rover Classic

    Taking what they’ve learned from traditionally restoring Land Rover Defenders, the ECD Range Rover Classic sees some impressive reimagining of this retro automotive icon. Starting from the tires up, customers can choose to customize every last detail inside and out. Once an original model is sourced by the company it’s simply stripped down and rebuilt.