The new Carrera has some visual refinements, like new headlamps and rear deck vents, but the big story is the 420 hp, twin-turbo flat-six in the Carrera S, and the 370 hp version in the base. Add PDK and Sport Chrono to do 0-to-60 in just 3.7s in the S, and 4.0s in the base.
French automaker Citroën’s quirky open-top ride for adventurers has woodgrain roll bars that double as storage for surfboards, and cutouts on the side to make it easy to hop into the back seat. The interior is ready for the beach too, with Hawaiian print textiles.
This over-the-top custom 4×4 has an incredibly articulate suspension, which allows it to crawl and drive over just about any terrain, including wildly irregular surfaces. Under the hood is a 5.0 V8 from a 1993 Ford Mustang.
Turn your bicycle into an e-bike with the Go-e On Wheel. This easy to install kit weighs just 1.76lb and uses a brushless motor to turn your rear wheel. It can help you go up to 27mph and lasts up to 37mi per charge.
The enlarged new C-Class coupe brings S-class style to a 2-door daily driver. We don’t have all the specs yet, but expect a 241hp turbo 4 as the base engine, in either RWD or AWD. Of course, we want an AMG version.
Wrapped in iconic BMW livery, this race car concept honors the 1975 BMW 3.0 CSL. Its high tech interior, safety suit and helmet offer integration to keep racers focused on the road, while carbon-fiber construction keeps it light.
A luxurious look into the future of Hyundai, the Vision G Concept looks as spectacular as the best European sports coupes, with extravagant finishes, and a powerful 420 hp V8 under the hood. Could this be the next Genesis Coupe?
The mid-size Tacoma is the ultimate truck for outdoor fun. The TRD Off-Road model is our fave, ready to take on the most rugged terrain with a 3.5L V6, crawl control, locking rear diff, and on-demand 4WD. It’s even got a GoPro mount.