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Hennessey Jeep Grand Cherokee HPE800

Ho Ho Ho-ly shit. The Hennessey Jeep Grand Cherokee HPE800 ($235,000) takes Jeep's top-of-the-line SUV and turns it into a veritable speed demon by expanding the factory Hemi V8 from 6.4 to 7.0 L and adding in a twin-turbo forced induction system to achieve 805 hp and a 0-60 time of 3.1 seconds. Of course, all that power isn't useful if you can't harness it, which is why it also boasts an upgraded transmission system, 15.1-inch Brembo brakes in the front and rear, and a lowered, more sporty suspension, and to make sure no one mistakes it for the "regular" version, it also packs lighter alloy wheels, a carbon fiber front end, and a custom leather interior with an Alcantara steering wheel. It'll arrive in 24 well-appointed garages next year.

  • Icon Bronco

    First the FJ, then the CJ, and now this. The Icon Bronco ($150,000-$195,000 + $7,500-$15,000 for the vintage Bronco) completes an off-road retro trifecta for the company, with this lastest entry based on Ford's first-gen off-road beauty. Designed by Icon's Jonathan Ward with help from Ford designer Camilo Pardo and an all-star team from Nike, this thing has a an assortment of amazing features, including a Ford-sourced Coyote 5.0L V8 engine (currently found in the new Mustang GT) cranking out 412 hp, an Aisin Warner five-speed manual transmission, an Atlas II four-wheel drive transfer case, Stoptech brakes, Eibach coils, and Fox Racing shocks. This bad boy also has all-LED lighting (inside and out), keyless ignition, stainless steel trim elements, and the stunning Volcanic black powder coat exterior. No airbags, but more awesome than you can handle.

  • Xplore Toyota FJ Cruiser

    Show your appreciation for the great outdoors with a vehicle capable of tackling them in the Xplore Toyota FJ Cruiser ($35,000 and up). Packing features like custom matte paint, Xplore/Method black aluminum wheels, a Magnaflow exhaust system, Blistein shocks, leather and suede seats, Xplore metal badges, and a one year pass to our National Parks and Monuments, it's nearly a one-stop shop for any aspiring adventurer — and it'll look great in your suburban driveway, too.