It's not going to be a daily driver — it's over 50 years old, after all — but if you're looking to add a classic truck to your collection, this 1961 Land Rover Defender Series IIA is a prime candidate. Produced in the first year for the Series IIA, this 88-inch wheelbase model features a four speed manual transmission, a 2.25L four-cylinder diesel engine, and comes with both a hard and a brand-new Exmoor soft top, the latter of which can be opened up on the sides and rear for an open-air driving experience.
Two of England's most storied manufacturers come together to create the Holland & Holland Range Rover. Based on the Range Rover Autobiography Black — already the most luxurious ride in the company's catalogue — this highly-limited SUV stands out thanks to a signature green paint job, while inside, you'll find high-end tan and espresso leather, a redesigned center console, engraved scroll work on the interior door handles, and loads of woodwork, all taken from the same huge piece of French walnut and finished to resemble Holland's oil-finished gunstocks. Speaking of which, the boot holds a specially-designed cabinet that can be custom-fitted to cradle a pair of sporting guns, making this quite possibly the most opulent hunting vehicle available.
The Donkervoort D8 has always been an attention-grabber. As the first car in the company's history outfitted with visible carbon fiber bodywork, the Donkervoort D8 GTO Bare Naked Carbon Edition isn't doing much to break that tradition. You can find the material all over the car, on both the exterior and interior, with precious few parts — lights, exhaust, and the custom upholstery, for example — to break things up. The driving experience is equally as raw, with a 340hp Audi engine, a 0-62 time of 2.8 seconds, and, as with all of the company's cars, absolutely no ABS, ESP, power steering, or other electronic crutches.
Built for pure speed, the BMW Apollo Streamliner Motorcycle Concept isn't meant for the road. It's meant for the salt. More specifically, its design — produced by Istanbul-based Mehmet Doruk Erdem — is tailored to speed record attempts, and mixes a sleek, futuristic sloping front section that minimizes wind resistance with traditional details like a brown saddle and an exposed engine and rear suspension.
Melding the sleek lines of a coupe with the ruggedness of an SUV, the Mercedes-Benz Concept GLC Coupe is a design study that could easily be rolling off the line. Its 367hp V6 powerplant is hooked to a nine-speed automatic transmission, while 4Matic all-wheel drive keeps the beefy 21-inch tires moving. Other features include front and rear underbody protection, LED tail lights, LED headlamps, increased ground clearance, and side running boards. And since it's based on the GLE, it might not be as far-fetched as you'd think.
It's a concept. It's got four doors and yet it's a "coupe". And it's a glimpse at the future of VW's large sedans. The Volkswagen C Coupe GTE is a low-slung concept that's a potent mix of technology and luxury, with a 241hp hybrid system combining a turbocharged four-cylinder, an 8-speed automatic, and an electric engine. The interior packs multiple screens, including a 12.3-inch central touchscreen, two personal 4.5-inch touchscreens, and two 9.5-inch media screens, as well as wrap-around ambient lighting, a 600-watt Dynaudio sound system, and high-end touches like anthracite, Damascus steel trim, and inlaid wood panels.
A coupe. A wagon. And now an offroader. The Audi Prologue Allroad Concept is the third in a series of show cars pointing to the company's future. This rugged five-door is powered by a hybrid system that pairs a twin-turbo V8 with an electric motor for 734 hp and a 0-62 time of just 3.5 seconds, yet offers 98 mpg fuel economy. Other forward-looking features include a touch-screen instrument panel, an OLED center console display, LED rear lights, Matrix laser headlights, and a rear sound spoiler for improved audio, all wrapped in a sleek-yet-stout body that's raised to help it tackle any terrain.
Ford's SVT Raptor was no slouch. But if the stock 411 horsepower isn't enough for you, consider upgrading to the Shelby Baja 700. Thanks to a 2.9 liter Whipple supercharger, bigger throttle bodies and injectors, a better heat exchanger, and a Borla exhaust, this custom beast outputs 700 horsepower (hence the name). Other upgrades include special graphics and badging, classic Shelby striping, a new suspension from Rogue Racing, optional Rogue Racing front and rear bumpers, and 18" custom wheels. Limited to 50 examples.
It's one of the fastest cars you can buy — but you won't be driving one of the lot anytime soon. That's because the Ultima Evolution Coupe is a kit car. Based on the legendary Ultima GTR, it features the same Le Mans Group C-inspired body shape, but underneath is powered by a LS Chevrolet V8 engine tuned to your liking, and thus producing anywhere from 350 to 1,020 hp. That top end number is good for a pants-soiling 0-60 time of 2.3 seconds and a top speed of 240 mph. There are other notable features, like a refined chassis, new headlight units, and even an optional backup camera, but with raw performance that insane, they don't even matter.
Designed specifically for open-air driving, the Porsche Boxster Spyder does come with a top. But we're not sure you'll ever use it. Powered by a 3.8L six-cylinder engine, it boasts an output 375hp, with a 0-60 time of 4.3 seconds and a top speed of 180 mph. It borrows the brakes from the 911 Carrera S to slow things down, which is good, as it gives you time to enjoy the streamliners on the rear lid that recall the 718 Spyder of the '60s, the unique front and rear fascias, and the classic Porsche headlights. The interior is sporty yet spartan, so much so that it ships standard without A/C or a radio — but fortunately for those of us against sweating and who like listening to more than just an engine's roar, you can add them back at no extra charge.
We've seen STI-branded models in the states before, but never like this. Created to showcase the engineering and tuning prowess of Subaru Tecnica International, the Subaru STI Performance Concept offers a glimpse at the future of tuned Subarus in the US. It's powered by a racing engine developed by STI for the BRZ Super GT racecar, and also boasts suspension, chassis, and aerodynamic upgrades. While you'll like soon be able to buy those parts piecemeal in the near future, we're just waiting for it to culminate in something we can drive off the dealer's lot and directly to the track.
Destined to sit atop Caddy's stable of sedans, the Cadillac CT6 fills a years-empty hole in the lineup — and does so in impressive fashion. It's built atop an all-new lightweight vehicle architecture called Fusion Frame, and powered by an available 3.0L Twin Turbo V6 putting out 400 horsepower. Inside the muscular body, you'll find a cavalcade of technology, including a 10.2-inch touchscreen with touchpad and Cue technology, optional Bose Panaray sound system, an available night vision system, a rear camera mirror with HD video, individual climate control and extended seats with 5 massage settings , and, finally, a hand stitched, cut, and sewn interior adorned with custom stained exotic wood species, paired with both custom woven carbon fiber elements and Galvano chrome accents.
This isn't your grandpa's Continental. Sure, the Lincoln Continental Concept has some of the things you'd expect from the iconic luxury ride, like a sophisticated, clean exterior design with plenty of space and amenities inside. But with features like the Lincoln-exclusive 3.0-liter V6 EcoBoost Engine, Lincoln Drive Control, a SmartGlass tinting sunroof, and unparalleled comfort and privacy — there's nothing old fashioned or stale about this car. And while it might just be a concept, you can expect this car, or at least a close copy of it, to make it to production as soon as next year.
Offering a blend of power and luxury, the Land Rover Range Rover SVAutobiography stands alone as the company's newest flagship. A product of Rover's Special Vehicle Operations team (hence the name), it's the most powerful production vehicle in their history, with a supercharged, 542 hp V8 engine at its heart, and a distinctive duo-tone paint scheme. Inside, you'll find an opulent interior, with features like controls and pedals machined from solid aluminium and finished with knurled details, InControl for smartphone connectivity, exclusive premium leather seating with unique trim, a chiller compartment, powered deployable tables, and solid aluminum coat hooks for backseat passengers, and optional Event Seating that folds out of the luggage compartment and provides you with two Windsor leather and aluminum seats on the tailgate.
The inaugural model in the company's new Sports Series, the McLaren 570S makes quite the first impression. It pumps out 562 hp from a 3.8L twin turbo V8 engine, propelling it from 0-62 in just 3.2 seconds with a top speed of 204 mph. Other features include a seven-speed SSG transmission, carbon ceramic brakes, forged alloy wheels, a carbon fiber MonoCell II chassis, LED head and tail lamps, an all-new digital instrument cluster, a seven-inch touchscreen with integrated climate control, an optional bespoke Bowers & Wilkins audio system, and an aerodynamic aluminum body that looks great while providing outstanding downforce. In other words, it's as well-suited to the track as it is to the open road.
Made in Detroit, the Falcon F7 gives the best European supercars a run for their money. A super lightweight monocoque chassis built from aluminum, carbon fiber, and Kevlar combines with a Lingenfelter-built twin turbo V8 pumping out 1,100hp to give it a 0-60 time of just 2.7 seconds, a top speed over 200 mph, and lateral acceleration over 1g. Other features include a six-speed dual clutch transmission, Brembo carbon ceramic brakes, an in-dash iPad mini for music control, and a removable targa roof panel. And it doesn't look too shabby, either.
Refined enough for the streets but rugged enough to tackle a dirt trail, the Honda Bulldog Concept Motorcycle is designed to be an ideal touring partner. Features include a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke DOHC inline 2-cylinder 400cc engine, 15-inch wide tires, a low seat, a built-in carrier, a six-speed transmission, dual headlights, and an understated black and teal paint job. In addition, there's integrated storage on either side of the fuel tank, so can not only hail your gear, but hold it, too.
If you've ever dreamed of driving a legit Formula One car that is street legal, the BAC Mono is a dream come true. The first street legal, track day car from Briggs Automotive, this single seater is made using high-strength carbon fiber composite, making it incredibly light at only 1,190 pounds. That weight and the 2.3 liter four-cylinder engine help deliver a top speed of 170 mph and a zero to 60 of just 2.8 seconds. What it may lack in straightaway speed compared to some of the big boys it makes up for thanks to it's ultra light chassis and a flat-shifting, 6-speed transmission. It's fast, sleek, and sure to be the envy of, well everyone.
When it came time to replace Daryl Dixon's lost chopper, the showrunner for The Walking Dead didn't mess around. He called in the pros at Classified Moto, and had them build a matching pair of bikes. The Walking Dead Motorcycle is the result. Based on the 1992 Honda CB750 Nighthawk, it features front end from a Yamaha YZF-R6, including the wheel and brakes, a stock Nighthawk rear wheel, smooth-riding Progressive Suspension 970 piggyback shocks, Kenda Big Block tires, a custom leather seat, and a distressed finish befitting a ride from a zombie apocalypse.