Land Rover Discovery SVX

Land Rover has gotten more civilized over the years, but their legendary off-road-ability hasn't changed at all. The Discovery SVX takes Land Rover's full-size SUV and adds a supercharged, 528hp V8, increased ground clearance, larger tires, and body and suspension lifts. The new Hydraulic Active Roll Control controls wheel articulation and body roll to keep the Discovery sure-footed over nearly any terrain or obstacle. The Discovery SVX will be hand-assembled in England, with production starting in 2018.

  • Ford Ranger Raptor

    Ever since Ford announced plans to resurrect the Ranger for the US market, there's been speculation that we might see a high-powered, off-road-focused Raptor version. Thanks to Ford Australia, we know it's more than just wishful thinking. While specs have yet to be revealed, you can expect a beefed up motor, suspension, and styling compared to the regular Ranger, which is already on sale in the region. As for the states, we'll be getting our first look at the standard model in 2019, with the Raptor hopefully following not far behind.

  • 2017 Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet

    Mercedes-Benz Geländewagen is a bit of an anachronism: It's an unapologetically industrial SUV with real off-road capability, not a watered-down all-wheel-driver built for pavement only. With the Maybach G650 Laudaulet, Mercedes juxtaposes the G even more, giving it a luxurious overhaul without sacrificing capability. Starting with a 22-inch longer chassis, Mercedes wedged the twin-turbo 6-liter AMG V12, portal axles, rear seats from the Maybach S-Class, and a power-folding soft top. Imagine a the off-road performance of a Hummer H1 with a much nicer interior. Only 99 were made, and this is the last one yet to be sold.

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