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AEV Brute Double Cab Jeep Pickup

Satisfy your longing for a Jeep while satisfying your practical need for hauling both your progeny and their toys with the AEV Brute Double Cab Jeep Pickup ($TBA). Based on the newest Wrangler Unlimited, the latest Brute is 30 inches longer, with 23 more inches between the wheels, a small frame extension to accomodate the roughly 5' x 5' bed, fold-flat rear seats for added storage or seating for five when necessary, and lots of other aftermarket details like custom wheels, lights, and brush guards. Expect it to start rolling off the production lines and into your garage by mid-2012. [via]

  • Maserati Kubang

    Sometimes the name really does fit the car. The Maserati Kubang ($TBA) is an updated, production-focused version of the company's prior SUV concept, sporting a fittingly funky front end, parts borrowed from its off-roading stablemate Jeep, new engines designed in Modena by 30-year Ferrari vet Paolo Martinelli, an eight-speed automatic transmission, and all the interior trappings you'd expect from the Trident.

  • AC Schnitzer BMW X3

    Bimmer's X3 may be one of the best-looking small SUVs around, but that doesn't mean there isn't room for improvement. At least the group at AC Schnitzer thought so. The AC Schnitzer BMW X3 ($TBA) brings together a number of upgrades, including a boost from 184 to 218 hp in the xDrive20d model, a custom aero kit that includes a new front spoiler, rear roof spoiler, and protective films, a stainless steel sports exhaust, a new suspension spring kit, forged racing rims, and new aluminum accents for the interior.