It's no Raptor, but the GMC Sierra All Terrain X certainly looks the part. Based on the already capable All Terrain, it has a 5.3L v8 pumping out 365 hp, giving it plenty of dirt-conquering power. The Z71 Off-Road Suspension package comes standard, bringing with it features like a transfer case shield and hill descent control, while the exterior has signature features like black-painted 18-inch wheels, a black chrome grille insert, black sport bar, black sport steps, and body-colored door handles and side moldings.
Drawing inspiration from the graphic laden CJ-8s of the 1980s, this Legacy Jeep Scrambler is a hand-built homage to that iconic truck. It's powered by an all-aluminum 6.2L V8 engine making 430 hp, more than enough to propel its 3,300 pounds over any terrain. The body and doors are made from aluminum, while the fenders are original CJ equipment and make room for the 14-inch King shocks. Inside, there's a rugged spray-in floor liner, waterproof gauges and switches, a Nardi steering wheel, and custom built leather-trimmed Recaro seats. Built to order in California, each Scrambler includes a 10,000-pound Warn Zeon winch.
The first Land Rover rolled off the line in Solihull in 1948. 68 years, later, so did the last. The Last Land Rover Defender is a 90 Heritage Soft Top, still using the same hood cleats as the original from decades before. This particular example will be housed in the Jaguar Land Rover Collection, while the existing production line will now be used for the Heritage Restoration Programme, which will restore and sell early model Rovers. Fear not, however, as the company is hard at work designing and engineering a New Defender that will hopefully carry on the moniker for another 60+ years.