Swiss outfit Autoplush makes adorable plush toys inspired by automobiles. While the squishy Renault Twingo is likely to be most popular in Europe, the Mazda Miata and Fiat 500 have global appeal. Farmers don’t feel left out – they make a plush tractor too.
Chevy teamed up with AEV to create this slick new truck model. Beyond the Colorado ZR2’s impressive stock features, the Bison adds steel bumpers, boron-steel skid plates, wide fender flares, a sweet “CHEVROLET” grille, special 17″ x 8″ aluminum wheels, and an optional snorkel.
We recently got a look at the amazing life-size LEGO Technic replica of the Bugatti Chiron. Now go behind the scenes with the design and build team to see how this incredible vehicle came to life. We just want to make everything out of those flexible blue panels now.
The EQC SUV is the first model from Mercedes-Benz’s pure-electric EQ line. The 402 hp AWD vehicle can go up to 279 mi per charge and go from 0 to 60 mph in 4.9s, with a top speed of 112 mph. Its 80 kWh battery pack can charge to 80% in 40 min at DC quick charge stations.
Created in celebration of the Nissan GT-R and Italdesign’s 50th anniversary, the Japanese automaker and famed design studio teamed up to give a GT-R NISMO a bespoke, futuristic makeover. Get up close and personal with this beautiful beast in our photo gallery.
A real Bugatti Chiron will set you back $2.5 million, but this one cost just 1,000,000 bricks… and 2,304 LEGO Power Function motors… and 4,032 Technic gears. This 3,300 lb Chiron makes just 5.3 hp with a top speed of 12.4 mph and is every bit as awesome as the real deal.
The drop-top variant of Ferrari’s insanely powerful V8 twin-turbo 488 Pista. Like the coupe, this lightweight Italian stallion makes 710 hp, hits 62 mph in 2.85 sec, and handles impeccably, all while the wind blows through your hair on the way to its 211 mph top speed.
We spent a day taking GMC’s latest full-size pickup on a road trip through Newfoundland. We found a truck that looks great, drives great, and packs an array of whiz-bang features, from its versatile Multigate tailgate, to its Prograde trailering tech. Full review on 95octane.
Sharing a platform with the upcoming Toyota Supra, BMW’s new roadster is a bit more subdued than the concept that inspired it, but it still looks great, with aggressive styling, perfect 50:50 weight balance, and a 3.0L inline-6 that launches it from 0-to-60 in 4.4 sec.
Jaguar Classic will offer a custom version of its iconic E-Type roadster which replaces the straight-6 with an electric drivetrain derived from their stellar I-PACE EV. Target range for its 40kWh battery pack is 170 mi, and Jaguar can source and restore a car, or convert yours.
Off-road racer RJ Anderson teamed up with snowboarder Torstein Horgmo to frolic about Lake Tahoe’s Donner Ranch Ski Resort, with UTV Underground’s modded 2018 Polaris RZR XP Turbo-S tossing snow everywhere, and Torstein boarding perilously close to the UTV.
The Cero One is a customizable pedal-assisted electric cargo bicycle. Its front and rear rack can each be fitted with a platform or basket. It can also be equipped with a child seat or a surf rack. It uses Shimano components and puncture-resistant Schwalbe tires.
Make your bicycle’s bottle cage mount more useful with iOmounts’ universal bicycle mount system. It consists of a mount that has two powerful magnets, and a saddle that attaches to the mount, and has two tie-down straps that can wrap around pretty much any small object.
We recently took the newly upgraded 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata on a 600 mile road trip through scenic Southern California. Check out some of the sights we took in with the top down, and then check out our first drive review and driving impressions on 95Octane.
Porsche Motorsport is showing off a rally-equipped concept version of its Cayman GT4 Clubsport racer. The 385hp racer has a sweet quad LED light pack on the hood, a ventilation scoop over the cabin, and a roll cage inside. We’d love to see Porsche in rally racing again.
Watch as a Russian off-road vehicle called a Sherp rolls effortlessly over a partially-frozen lake, seemingly defying physics by not sinking through the softened ice. Apparently it has something to do with the vehicle’s paddle boat tires. See more Sherp antics here.
Make It Extreme lives up to their name with this impressive build – a hula hoop inspired hubless vehicle much like the ones that famously appeared in the closing ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Olympics – though in this case, the bike is motorized instead of pedal-driven.
Velocity Restorations transformed this 1979 International Scout II into an orange off-road monster. It packs a 6.2-liter, 430hp LS3 crate engine, a lifted suspension, front/rear sway bars, 35″ Nitto Trail Grappler tires, TR beadlock wheels, and a custom roll bar and bumpers.
The HoverSeat is a frame that you can attach to hoverboards with a 6″ or 10″ wheelbase, turning the toy into a four-wheeled vehicle. It can haul up to 250lb, works with any beach chair, and is easy to disassemble. You can even attach a second HoverSeat to tow a passenger.
Crack the throttle open on the Zero SR and amazing things happen. The scenery becomes a blur, traffic disappears in your mirror, and your arms threaten to be yanked from their sockets. The Zero SR is an all-electric silent assassin that delivers 116 lb-ft. of torque at any speed.
Segway applies their engineering expertise to a pair of high-tech roller skates that sit beneath your feet, and automatically balance while you ride, glide, spin, and roll without the fit issues of traditional skates. They run up to 45 minutes at speeds up to 7.5 mph.
The Tubolito bicycle inner tube is made from a membrane that makes it 75% lighter yet twice as durable as traditional inner tubes. It’s so light and small when deflated that you can roll it up and take extra ones with you. It’s available for mountain bike and road bike wheels.