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Land Rover Series III Adventuremobile

Even after more than 30 years, the Land Rover Series III remains one of the best looking SUVs around. This Land Rover Series III Adventuremobile was fully restored to Defender TDI specs, with a 2500cc engine, 5-speed transmission, and BF Goodrich Mud MK2 tires that are ready to eat anything in their path. It also comes with a full set camping trailer complete with a ladder and tent to escape from the elements. One of the best options for your next weekend getaway, but unfortunately not able to be exported to the US.

  • Zarooq Sand Racer

    Dune buggys are generally a lot of fun to drive. They're also rarely road-friendly, if legal at all. The Zarooq Sand Racer aims to fix this. The first vehicle from the UAE company, it's powered by a mid-mounted 3.5L V6 engine outputting up to 500 horsepower through the rear wheels. Its tube chassis is made from high-strength steel, the bulkheads from aluminum, and the body from fiberglass, resulting in a weight of roughly 2,300 lbs. That, combined with the 12.4 inches of ground clearance, Fox shocks for handling bumps, and creature comforts like A/C, a racing suede-wrapped steering wheel, and a paddle-controlled six-speed automatic transmission should make it an exciting drive, on-road or off.

  • Range Rover Evoque Convertible

    "Convertible" and "SUV" are terms you don't normally hear used together, but the Range Rover Evoque Convertible isn't your normal vehicle. Combining sleek, sports car-like lines with Rover's legendary off-road prowess, it's designed to let you fully enjoy the remote locales it enables you to reach. Based on the Coupe model, the Convertible has only two doors, yet still offers room inside for four adults thanks to a cloth roof that folds down in just 18 seconds at speeds up to 29 mph. It's powered by your choice of diesel or gas engine creating up to 240hp, and with features like Terrain Response, 4WD, and Dynamic Stability Control, it's every bit as capable as you'd expect.