The URB-E scooter is great for quick trips around the city, or any time you want to leave the car behind. Thanks to its carbon fiber and aluminum construction, the electric transporter weighs just 35 lb. and folds to the size of a golf bag. Driving range is 20 miles at up to 15 mph.
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Suspension component maker Hellwig Products and LGE-CTS Motorsports are building this off-road beast for SEMA 2016. The modded Nissan Titan XD has a forged sway bar and air bags to handle the big Lance Camper, and rides on massive Falken tires and black Method Wheels.
Get behind the wheel of Lexus’ F Performance line cars, like the 467hp RC F coupe and GS F sedan. Drivers can attend a half- or full-day session and learn techniques in autocross, skidpad, track driving, and more, all under the supervision of professional drivers.
One of the many tricked out vehicles slated headed to the 2016 SEMA show, this special off-road SUV has been blessed with a nitrous-boosted 3.3L V6, and a jacked-up suspension with massive wheel articulation and ground clearance, 35″ tires and 17″ beadlock wheels.
Ducati’s entry-level sportbike has a 113hp 937cc engine based on the Hypermotard’s core. Its frame is similar to the Panigale’s but has a more comfortable riding stance. It also has three riding modes, an adjustable windscreen and adjustable suspension. More here.
LEGO Ideas contributor Ozzyeatingbats presents a concept for a model of Jaguar’s greatest design achievement, the car Enzo Ferrari once called “the most beautiful car ever made.” It’s appx. 1:10 scale, made from 1664 bricks, and has a big inline 6-cylinder engine.
The F-150 Raptor is back, and Hennessey has a new VelociRaptor upgrade package for it. The biggest additions are the second rear axle and extra pair of wheels. It also has better suspension, bumpers and the option to go up to a 600+hp twin-turbo engine kit.
Like most gearheads, we’re stoked for the return of Clarkson, Hammond, and May, with their epic new Amazon series. The trailer gives only the tiniest taste of what’s to come, but we’ve heard the opening sequence is the single most expensive shot in the history of television.
Building on the success of the G35 and G37, the new Q60 is one of the best looking luxury sport coupes you can buy. Its most potent variant has a 400 hp twin-turbo V6, direct adaptive steering, dynamic dampers, and a wealth of tech features. Read our full review on 95octane.
Jeremy, Richard, and James May dropped by The Late Late Show, but not to perform Carpool Karaoke. Instead, they took host James Corden for three laps around Willow Springs in a Corvette Grand Sport while he offered up trivia questions which affected their lap times.
GM and the US Army created this badass concept truck for military operations. The 6.5 ft. tall truck runs quietly thanks to a hydrogen-electric 4WD drivetrain, its power pack can be removed to power field operations, and can produce clean drinking water as a by-product.
Jezza, The Hamster, and Captain Slow’s new show The Grand Tour appears to be exactly the same as their old show. They still race cars, make dad jokes, and need a tame racing driver. Perhaps they’ll choose the old Stig, who turned up in this post-Top Gear clip that’s making the rounds.
An insane version of Ram’s Rebel pickup, ready to do 100 mph+ off-road. It’s driven by a supercharged 6.2L V8 Hemi (aka the Hellcat engine), tuned to 575 hp, an extra-wide track with monstrous 37″ tires, 13″ wheel travel, and six-point racing harnesses for all passengers.
The badass big brother to Honda’s hot new hatch looks incredible, with beefy aero bits, a brushed aluminum wrap, carbon fiber skirts, 20″ piano black rims, and a 2.0-liter turbo-4 rumored to push out around 340 horses. The best part? This Type-R is coming to America.
Petrolicious introduces us to lifelong gearhead Hans-Michael Gerischer. He started with VW Beetles, then moved on to a Porsche 964 to try track racing. As he got better at driving, he would tweak his car to suit his needs. Now he restores 911s as a side gig.
Drivers Justin Oquendo, Ryan Kibbe, and Ken Block take on Chris Forsberg, Dustin Jones, and Ballistic BJ Baldwin, kicking up dirt for days in the widebody Can-AM Maverick X3 ATV, with its crazy 24″ of suspension travel, 15″ of ground clearance, and speedy 154hp turbo 4 engine.