The Disco has always been known for its off-road prowess. With the 2017 Land Rover Discovery, it'll be known for its technological acumen, as well. Its design, while sadly not as boxy as favorite models from the past, retains the stepped roof profile that makes room for its signature stadium seating. New Intelligent Seat Fold tech lets you reconfigure both the second and third row of seats from your phone, making room for that oversized impulse purchase before you even get out of the store. A 10-inch touchscreen cuts down on dash buttons by a third, an optional 17-speaker Meridian digital surround system makes the most of your media, up to six 12V and nine USB ports keep every possible gadget charged up, and the new waterproof Activity Key wristband lets you lock things up and adventure without worrying about the wellbeing of your keyfob. Despite all that, it weighs 1,000 pounds less than the LR4, while keeping the same 340hp 3.0L V6 (there's a diesel option as well), increasing ground clearance, increasing wading depth, and adding the new Terrain Response 2 system that can select which traction program fits the current conditions automatically. Arriving at dealerships in mid-2017.
Recently restored, this 1971 Land Rover Series 2A is a fine example of one of the most iconic offroaders of all time. The truck is outfitted with a diesel engine, a four-speed gearbox, Wolf wheels, a black mohair canvas hood, black vinyl seats, and a few modern interior upgrades, including a USB charging port. Arriving in the same shade of orange that it was special ordered in, it's in great shape, whether you plan on driving it casually or taking it on adventures worthy of its heritage.
Heads of state. Monarchs. Really, really rich people. All wealthy, and all potential targets for protestors, kidnappers, or worse. The Mercedes-Maybach S 600 Pullman Guard lets them and their inner circe travel in style, comfort, and with a sound piece of mind. This 6.5 meter long luxury conveyance has all the features you'd expect, like wall-to-wall leather, four rear seats that face each other, with reclining options for VIPs, incredible legroom, LCD monitors, and a partition wall that can both lower and change from transparent to opaque with the press of a button. But it's the safety equipment that makes it special, including not only protection from bullets, but from bombs as well, and a twin-turbo V-12 engine producing 530hp to move the 5.6 ton vehicle out of dangerous situations quickly.
A "base model" Ferrari is still going to be far prettier, faster, and more fun on the track than nearly any other car you can buy. Such is the case with the Ferrari GTC4Lusso T. Powered by a turbocharged 3.9L V8 instead of the V12 in the standard edition, the T gets by with "only" 600 hp, down from 680. This is offset by the weight savings it gets moving from all-wheel drive to a more traditional rear-wheel setup. All that said, it still has the four-wheel steering of the original, still has four seats, and is still the embodiment of what an Italian Grand Tourer should be.
Last seen on the big screen in the mountains of Austria, this Land Rover Defender Spectre Edition gives you a chance to drive a replica of the bad-guy convoy car in your own neighborhood. Tweaked Automotive has put together a package that can be applied to both 90 and 110 Defenders that includes the same components found on the film car, including 16" black beadlock wheels, widened arches, a winch, off-road lights, and the rope going down either side of the grille. The package is finished off with a custom interior and special badging, and can be applied to your personal Rover or one supplied by the company.