Not content to let its competitors have all the off-road fun, GM is striking back with the GMC Sierra All Terrain HD ($TBA). This new concept features suspension upgrades, a higher ground clearance, and wider stance than the typical Sierra, along with a 6.6L Duramax diesel V8 pumping out 397 hp and 765 pound-feet of torque, rugged tires, and built-in cargo boxes on the sides of the bed.
Like something out of a video game, the Rally Fighter is a custom-designed off-roader that mixes sports car looks with Baja-tested utility. Wrapped in vinyl to reduce weight and cost, the Fighter features a tubular steel chassis and space frame, nose, rear, underbelly and floor pans made from carbon fiber, a 6.2 Liter, V8 Engine good for 430 hp and paired to an automatic transmission, rear wheel drive, four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, and 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels, as well as 18 inches of suspension travel to help you traverse whatever the trail throws your way. [Thanks, Bradley]
If you really love your first-person shooters — and we mean really — perhaps you'll be interested in the 2011 Jeep Wrangler Call of Duty: Black Ops Edition ($31,000-$33,500). Available in either traditional two-door or Unlimited four-door versions, these special edition off-roaders feature Mopar fuel doors and taillamp guards, a black exterior with Call of Duty: Black Ops logos on the roof and front quarter panels, an entirely black interior, and dark Rubicon wheels in a high-gloss Mineral Gray with 32-inch off-road tires. A copy of the game is, amazingly, not included, although if you can afford to blow nearly $35K on a video game-themed ride, you've probably got the extra $60 to shell out for a disc.