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  • Indian Motorcycle x Jack Daniel’s Dark Horse

    Indian Motorcycle x Jack Daniel’s Dark Horse

    What could possibly ooze any more American cool than a beast of a bike tastefully embossed with the world’s most famous sour mash beverage? Introducing the fourth and most awesome incarnation of the Indian Motorcycle x Jack Daniel’s Dark Horse, strictly limited of course, and featuring treats like 12-inch mid-rise ape-hanger handlebars and LED lighting and powered by a 116-cubic-inch Thunder Stroke engine.

     
  • 2020 Toyota Corolla

    2020 Toyota Corolla

    Sales of this compact sedan since it first rolled off the production lines in 1966 aren’t too shy of 50 million, and in the first month of this year alone, they shifted nearly 24,000 units—more than the entire range of Volkswagen combined. Few cars in history have been so well received—by the public at least—but with such responsibility comes great pressure, and the designers and engineers behind the 2020 Toyota Corolla have certainly taken it all in their stride. Conservativeness …cotinue reading

     
  • FlyNano Electric Jet Ski Plane

    FlyNano Electric Jet Ski Plane

    Propelling boys’ toys to whole new possibilities, the FlyNano Electric Jet Ski Plane, might not soar as high as some of its airborne brethren but what truly sets it apart is that this one can be flown sans pilot license. The only catch is still a fun one–it rides a few feet above the water, but who cares about such limitations (if you can call it that) when the wind’s blowing through your hair at 75mph.

     
  • 2020 Land Cruiser Heritage Edition

    2020 Land Cruiser Heritage Edition

    It’s been more than an astonishing six decades since Toyota first rolled out its legendary all-terrain-conquering SUV, and to mark the milestone is this beautiful beast. The 2020 Land Cruiser Heritage Edition, debuting at the Chicago Auto Show, blends brawn and luxury, its 5.7-liter DOHC 381-hp V8 is complemented by the likes of a nine-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a power moonroof and four-zone climate control. Off-roading has never been so easy–or comfortable.

     
  • 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