The original Evoque was a car with an identity crisis — caught somewhere between a crossover SUV and a hatchback — but for its latest derivative, the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Autobiography Dynamic maybe that's okay. Finding itself squarely on the hot hatch end of the spectrum, the Autobiography Dynamic's 2-liter turbo four-cylinder gets a significant power bump, bringing it up to 285 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. Other goodies include much larger front disk brakes, torque vectoring by braking to better distribute the car's power while improving handling, and a vibrant orange paint job.
Normally car updates include a handful of small changes — but when you haven't had a major update in 7 years, there's lots to talk about. As it is with the 2015 Lincoln Navigator. Powered by a twin-turbo, 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 creating at least 370 hp, this new full-size SUV has been brought up to speed with features like MyLincoln Touch with Sync and an 8-inch touchscreen, dual displays around the speedometer, HID headlamps with LED running and taillights, standard 20-inch rims with 22-inchers available as an option, an updated cabin, a blind-spot detection system, and, obviously, an all-new body. But with all these changes, one thing remains the same: it's still great for hauling large groups of people (or things) in style.
Don't let the name fool you — you don't need to be on the front lines battling Vietcong to drive the Starwood Full Metal Jacket Jeep ($107,000). But we're willing to bet it would be just as at home on the battlefield as it is on the toughest friendly terrain. This heavily-customized Jeep Wrangler features a Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces 285 horsepower, letting it get from zero to 60 in 8.4 seconds (not bad for something this big). A fully-upgraded suspension and lift kit, LED light bars all around, and kevlar panels on the interior and exterior make it one bad ride.