Nissan Juke

Is it an SUV? A sports car? Ugly as hell? Depending on your answers to these questions, you may or may not want to check out the new Nissan Juke ($TBA). This mid-sized crossover sports a decidedly funky front end and interior, as well as three available engines, with a six-speed manual or CVT with six-speed manual mode transmission, beefy wheels and tires, and optional all-wheel drive.

  • Nissan Patrol

    While an official U.S. release is still up in the air, there's no doubt that the new Nissan Patrol ($TBA) will make quite a splash in other parts of the world. This full-size SUV offers a more refined interior than its predecessor, making good use of materials like leather, polished aluminum, and wood grain paneling, while offering wider, higher, and deeper front seats, and more legroom for second- and third-row passengers, as well. Other highlights include a 5.6L V8 producing 400hp, a new electronic 4-wheel-drive system with driver-selectable modes for different surfaces, a new four-wheel independent suspension system, and a butter-smooth seven-speed automatic transmission.

  • QT Wildcat 500DKR

    Placing third in Egypt's Pharaoh's Rally is no easy task, especially for a auto-making unit that recently switched ownership — but that's exactly what the QT Wildcat 500DKR ($TBA). Billed as a "full-blown rally raid machine," this mean off-roader is powered by a 4-liter Jaguar V8 good for 275hp, and features a fully ruggedized chassis, drivetrain, and electronics, including a high-strength steel space frame, a light weight composite body shell, larger dampers with coil over springs capable of handling more punishment than you're likely to dish out, and more.

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