The Kawasaki Ninja250 is a fine bike all on its own, but if you yearn for something a bit more unique, this Brasse 31BLK Kawasaki Ninja Mod Kit should do just fine. The first production mod kit for the Ninja250, it comes complete with two gullwing headlamps, a drag speedometer, a new rear fender assembly, right & left component/cover panels, plus options like a quick-release passenger seat, replacement right and left lower fairings, and a side-mount license plate bracket. But the best part? It also includes all the necessary tools in the kit, so you can transform your bike from the comfort of your garage.
It's okay. Re-read the headline. We'll wait. Yes, it's true: the American brand most associated with disturbingly loud two-wheeled vehicles is making one that's essentially... silent. The Harley-Davidson Livewire Electric Motorcycle is unfortunately not for sale (yet), but it will be available to ride at over 30 dealers across the country. As it mostly exists to gather feedback on an eventual, actually-for-sale electric bike, the specs are a little thin, but the thrill of riding down the road on a Harley incognito is enough of a draw on its own.
Typically in the world of automotive racing video games, virtual reality follows actual reality — bringing real-life cars as accurately as possible into your console — but not with the Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo. This incredible concept car originated on the screen, allowing Nissan designers free reign in creating the car of their dreams. But this is no ordinary fantasy vehicle. Its design and functionality is the product of efforts from Nissan's own advanced engineering team, and serving as a digital exploration into the future of sportscars. Look for it as a download in Gran Turismo 6 this month, and on the streets some day in the not-so-distant future (we hope).
A truck meant for muddy paths, big rocks, and steep inclines doesn't necessarily have to look out of place on more civilized pavement — and the 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Nighthawk is something to behold whether on-road or off. Finished with matte magnesium metallic paint, sporting an interior covered in cocoa Bugatti leather, and riding on 22-inch American Force Burnout wheels, this Jeep from Starwood Motors is every bit the looker. And with a 3.6-liter supercharged V6 motor, a long-arm lift kit, upgraded Terra Flex brakes, and a host of other upgrades, it's tough enough to handle even the roughest conditions. Just don't let that gorgeous paint job stop you from putting it through its paces.