An all-new version of Ford's ubiquitous pickup can only mean one thing: an all-new version of its sinister off-road sibling. The new Ford F-150 Raptor improves on its predecessor in nearly every way, featuring a unique high-strength steel frame and a military-grade aluminum alloy body for an overall weight reduction of over 500 pounds, an all-new 3.5L EcoBoost engine that's more powerful that the prior model's massive 6.2L, 411hp V8. It also boasts a 10-speed transmission, an improved off-road driver assist system, bigger front and rear shocks, advanced LED lighting, a dual exhaust system, and new 17-inch wheels wrapped in all-terrain tires for outstanding performance on or off the beaten path.
Ford's flagship racer gets a thorough reimagining in the new Ford GT. The first thing you'll notice is the highly aerodynamic design that includes an active rear spoiler, seats built into the carbon fiber passenger cell — the pedals and F1-style steering wheel move to fit your body — aluminum front and rear subframes and structural carbon fiber body panels. But more important is the next-generation twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 that's good for 600hp and paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, 20-inch wheels, an adjustable suspension, and carbon-ceramic brakes to deliver outstanding performance. Best of all, it'll be going into production late next year.
You might not expect to be ushered into the future with a Buick, but that's exactly what happens when you set your eyes on the Avenir concept car. It's a big, all-wheel drive sedan that envisions a new flagship for the 112 year-old brand. The sophisticated look draws you in, with full LED exterior lighting, 21-inch wheels, and a new grille design. Inside, you're connected devices sync as soon as you fire up the next-generation V6 engine, complete with the Buick IntelliLink infotainment system and a 12-inch color touch screen. Named after the French word for future, the Avenir is a taste of things to come.
On the market since 1967, the Moto Guzzi V7 is a classic two-wheeler, good for everyone from beginners to experienced bikers who enjoy its pleasant ride. But should you find yourself outgrowing its straightforward looks, all you need is need is one of these Moto Guzzi V7 Motorcycle Kits to give it a whole new look. Available in four styles — Dapper, Dark Rider, Scrambler, and Legend — these kits come with everything you need to completely transform the look of your bike, changing everything from the saddle and handlebars to the tires, exhaust, and in some cases, even the shocks.