It couldn’t have gone off better if it were planned: this clip from the Championship Off Road Racing event shows Rick Huseman doing a double front flip in his Fabtech Pro 4 truck.
Pagani’s Zonda R is official and it’s a beaut: lightweight carbon fiber and titanium construction along with a 739bhp engine result in a scorching 0-60 of 3s; only 5 of the 15 made are left.
Take the best parts of dirt biking and snowmobiling, and you’ve got 2Moto’s RadiX; the 2-3 hour conversion kit lets you carve powder with up to 350hp and speeds over 90 mph.
The Ultimate Aero EV’s little bro, the Mission One EV aims to be the world’s fastest electric bike; it’ll top out at 150 mph and sports a 150 mile range, CVT and 2 hour charge time.
We’ve previously featured Chicara Nagata’s amazing hand-crafted art bikes, but this 6 minute short film by Current sheds more light on his past, his methods and his future plans.
The V8 gets the boot with Aston Martin’s V12 Vantage, whose 6.0L engine drives 510hp and 420 lb-ft of torque to a carbon fiber driveshaft and 6-speed box; ouch: 0-60 in 4.1s.
New Zealand pitches its hat into the racing ring with the Hulme CanAm, an all-carbon fiber two-seater with a Corvette Z06 heart; it’ll go 0-62 in less than three and tops out at 198 mph.
Made for a Halo movie pitch that went nowhere, this full-sized Warthog replica is every Master Chief’s dream; it actually works, with a turbo 6 cylinder engine and four wheel drive.
At often 10x the cost of most premium bicycles, KGS Bikes’ primary selling point is their personalized philosophy: bikes are custom “fitted” down to the millimeter for each customer.
If ain’t broke, don’t fix it: the 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 receives modest upgrades, including a 0.2L bump to 3.8L that nets 435hp plus the ability to fine tune ESC and traction control.
With 1,000 hp, 800 lb-ft of torque, and a 0-60 of 2.5s, SSC aims to make the Ultimate Aero EV the fastest electric vehicle in the world; it’ll go 150-200 miles on a charge. Thanks, Larry!
This in-flight photo of SpaceShipOne’s cockpit is not only breathtaking (check out all those portholes!) but is a testament to efficient engineering with an off-the-shelf GPS unit and clock.
Dropping a Hemi in just about anything lends a certain amount of street cred, but this supercharged Blastolene Trike could kill with looks alone; all we can say is: DO WANT.
Harley-Davidson’s Iron 883 is a cheaper, smaller displacement version of the Nightster 1200 but just as hot with a solo saddle, foldaway license plate and slammed suspension.
Amen’s Hubless Monster needs to be seen to be believed; the video above shows a chopper that seems to almost glide, thanks to a non-rotating inner ring which is attached to the fork.
There’s nothing like off-roading to fire up the soul, and this X18 Intimidator’s flame paint job does exactly that; it’s powered by a 2.2L Ecotec engine and sits on a Chromoly chassis.
Located near its headquarters in Stuttgart, the new Porsche Museum opens to the public on 1/31; with over 80 functioning vehicles and a workshop, it’s pure heaven for gearheads.
Cyclecide’s Bike Rodeo mixes counterculture, bicycle riders, mechanics and the errant psychotic clown; they create pedal powered monstrosities and let the public get their ride on.
Instant nostalgia for Honda bike enthusiasts: the classic Monkey, first sold in the 1970s is now being re-released with fuel injection and refined looks; it can go 252 miles on a gallon of gas.
Kick Mother Nature’s butt with the 800-pound V8 Snowblower, which packs a 412-hp big block Chevy, hydraulically driven tracks and twin 4″ pipes with a throaty exhaust note.
All show and all go: Carlsson’s SL CK63 RS doesn’t just look hot in a matte black, but shaves off four-tenths to go 0-62 in only 4.1s; she’ll take you up to 202 mph if you ask politely.
The render above isn’t official, but Auto Express believes the XJ220 will be reborn as Jaguar’s XE; the supercar will compete with Audi’s R8 packing both a 5.0L V8 and an aluminum chassis.
Vespas have never had much sex appeal, but the Italian gas sipper is releasing its most powerful model ever: the GTS 300 Super tops out at 80 mph while getting 70 miles per gallon.
We’ve seen several folding bicycles, but the Bergmonch is the first to fold into a functional backpack; at only 9.5 kilograms, it can be lugged around like a conventional bag.
Similar to the Confederate Fighter, Victory Motorcycle’s CORE concept bike sits on a swoopy cast aluminum frame to keep weight down; even the 1731cc V-Twin is left exposed.
Although long passed, “The King of Cool” aka Steve McQueen’s legacy lives on; his estate has authorized this Metisse Desert Racer replica, used in the POW-classic The Great Escape.
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