Based on the GXL Toyota Landcruiser dual cab, the Patriot Campers LC79 Super Tourer is a highly-customizable, imminently-capable off road machine. It's equipped by default with a chassis extension, suspension upgrade, winches, ROH wheels and beefy tires, new barwork, and a new Supertourer body. Beyond that, you're free to outfit and personalize it to your needs, with options like lockable slide out drawers, oversized toolboxes with kitchenettes and storage compartments, lights, pop-up tents, and even a dog crate tray, all in a vehicle that can tackle any terrain you throw its way.
The S-Class coupe was already a looker. The Mercedes-Benz S-Class Night Edition makes it look even better. Available in S400 4Matic, S500, and S500 4Matic guises, it's available in a gorgeous selenite grey magno matte paint scheme, with high-gloss black mirrors, side sill panels, and single louvre grill, black 20‑inch AMG multi-spoke light-alloy wheels, and special "Night Edition" badges. Debuting in Detroit in January, it will ship in Europe in April 2017, followed by a US launch in August.
Designed in collaboration with Ferrari engineer Giotto Bizzarrini and featuring bodywork styled by Giorgetto Giugiaro at Ghia, this 1968 Iso Rivolta IR 300 Coupe is a true Italian motoring classic. It was driven on a regular basis until being parked in the late '90s, leaving its original Corvette-spec 5.4L V8, transmission, bodywork, and interior intact. Inside and out, it certainly shows its age, but the fact that it's still complete and intact makes it an ideal candidate for restoration, and as one of just 800 ever built, a deserved candidate, too.
While Tesla has its eyes on the lower end of the market with the Model 3, the Lucid Air is ramping up to give them some competition on the high-end. This all-electric luxury vehicle has a motor and transmission that were developed in house, with a battery pack capable of outputting 1,000 horsepower, pushing the car from 0-60 in just 2.5 seconds while providing 400 miles of range. Autonomous driving systems and OTA software updates are also in the mix, and the interior promises to be extremely comfortable, with executive seats in the rear, high-end materials throughout, and a 29-speaker audio system that uses active noise cancellation to keep the cabin as quiet as possible. Production starts in late 2018 with deliveries expected to start soon thereafter.