Anyone can go buy a stock bike off a dealer's lot, but when you're riding this Triumph Bonneville Pegaso, you can be confident you won't see anyone else riding one — because it's truly one of a kind. With this custom bike, Tamarit Spanish Motorcycles put their own spin on a 2006 Triumph, aiming to create an off-roader that's ready for anything. That includes manufacturing some of their own parts, like the bash plate, chain guard, and foot pegs. And when you add in the rugged Renthal handle bars, front fender, knobby tires, exhaust, and classic scrambler seat, it's more than capable off tackling unchartered paths.
As only the second sports car developed entirely in-house at Mercedes' sports division AMG, the 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT has some lofty standards to live up to. It'll arrive in both standard GT (456hp) and GT-S (503hp) variants, featuring lightweight aluminum construction and a newly developed AMG 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine that's hand-assembled by a master engine builder. That engine, when combined with the seven-speed dual clutch transmission, is good for a 0-60 time of 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 193 mph on the GT-S, and like any Mercedes, both models sport an extensive list of Mercedes-Benz Intelligent Drive assistance systems that help them perform as well on the streets around your house as they do on the race track.
It might seem hard to believe, but it's now been 25 years since the Mazda MX-5 — better known as the Miata — rolled off the assembly line and onto roadways. Now in its fourth generation, the 2016 Mazda MX-5 aims to continue the tradition of top-down motoring. Incorporating the company's Kodo design language, the body is low and wide, but is also more compact than any MX-5 to come before it, and as a result is more than 100 kilograms lighter than its predecessor. No details on engines or transmissions are available, but the company does say it'll be using its Skyactiv technologies to increase fuel efficiency and power, and if you're thinking about buying one, you're probably not that worried about horsepower anyway.
No, it's not a high-powered version of the standard, boxy Disco we all know and love. Instead, the 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport is an all-new compact SUV that's the first in a new family of Discovery vehicles. The Sport features a sleek, aerodynamic body shell made from steel and aluminum, and is powered by a 240hp, turbocharged 2.0L engine, coupled with a nine-speed automatic transmission. Of course, it's still a Land Rover, and as such offers standard all-wheel drive, a host of off-road goodies like Hill Descent Control, Roll Stability Control, and Electronic Traction Control, and an all-new infotainment system with an 8-inch touchscreen that boasts off-road specific apps alongside the media and navigation features you expect.