2018 Land Rover Range Rover

Land Rover's flagship Range Rover is getting a makeover for the 2019 model year, along with an interior redesign and exterior facelift. But the big news is a new drivetrain option, a plug-in electric hybrid. This is the first move in what will see Land Rover and Jaguar's entire lineup moving over to all-electric drivetrains, starting 2020. Badged the P400e, the PEHV model will arrive sometime during summer 2018.

  • Rezvani Tank SUV

    With an aggressive, masculine body and an abundance of power, the Rezvani Tank SUV is ready to handle unmarked trails and unsightly traffic alike. It's equipped with a 6.4L V8 producing 500 hp and linked to an on-demand 4x4 system and beefy off-road tires. A head-up display lets you keep your eyes on the read, LED auxiliary lights help light up the dark, and a thermal night vision system from FLIR is on hand when that's not enough. Despite its fierce looks, the interior is quite luxurious, with comfortable leather seats, touchscreen infotainment system, and power-activated, rear-opening doors that make the back seat nearly as inviting as the front.

  • 2018 Ford Super Duty Truck

    The most expensive car in Ford's lineup is the purebred, limited production, street-legal race car, the Ford GT. But the GT will never be able to tow your 35-foot cabin cruiser. The Super Duty Limited can easily do that while surrounding you in a luxurious interior that rivals anything else the Blue Oval brand makes. That gets you a 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel, four-wheel drive, and your choice of single or dual rear wheels. Check every box on the options sheet and an F-450 Super Duty Limited will run you nearly $100,000. For a lighter load on your bank account and the street, the Limited package is also available on the F-150, -250, -350 models.

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