YouTube’s premiere mechanic ChrisFix shows us how to make a hidden kill switch for your vehicle. When switched on, it interrupts the flow of electricity to the vehicle’s fuel pump relay, preventing it from starting, even with a key. It takes a bit of fiddling, but it costs only $10 in parts.
This beautiful limited edition of Toyota’s compact rear-wheel drive sports coupe features a rich Hakone green paint, 17″ twisted spoke bronze wheels, and a black spoiler. Inside, there’s Alcantara and tan trimmed seats, tan stitching, and an embroidered “86” logo on the dash.
DSRaider’s EZRaider is a four-wheeled electric all-terrain scooter. It’s size and foldable form lets you easily transport and ride it anywhere. It lasts up to 25mi per charge and goes up to 30mph. It also has more practical 2WD and 4WD variants. Also available from Gold Coast.
Car hacker Master Milo decided to take an old Ford Ka and give it new life as a thrill ride. By slicing it up, adding a roll cage, and setting it into a set of round tracks, he transformed the subcompact car into a dizzying ride for two. Check out Milo’s original video here.
Genesis’ Mint is an electric car made for the city. Despite its compact size, it offers a spacious and luxurious interior for two people. Its storage area is accessed via unique scissor doors, and inside it has has a central touchscreen console mounted on its steering wheel.
The latest and greatest iteration of Godzilla still packs a 600hp twin-turbo V6, but has trimmed out weight thanks to an ample serving of carbon fiber for its front and rear bumpers, front fenders, hood, roof, side sill covers, trunk and rear spoiler. It also packs aero and grip improvements.
Volkswagen turned its Atlas family SUV into a trail-ready camping vehicle. The Atlas Basecamp Concept has a custom body, lift kit, custom wheels, all-terrain tires, roof rack with bike mounts, and LED light bars. It also comes with a HIVE EX trailer that has a queen size bed.
Aliens and Predators are natural enemies. So it’s no wonder someone spotted one of the armor-plated warriors riding his conquest for all to see the spoils of his victory. The man inside the costume is Samai Khammongkul, who likes to spread good cheer around Thailand.
The unique Halfbike is part scooter, part bicycle, and all fun. Its third version is lighter and smaller than its predecessors. Its also more ergonomic, has more gears to tackle all kinds of terrain, has new maintenance-free brakes and a new quick-release mechanism for folding.
DRR USA’s Stealth Electric ATV uses an electric motor that produces power equivalent to a 400cc engine, allowing it to silently travel up to 35 mph. It has a 65 mi range and charges from any outlet. It has disc brakes, dual a-arm suspension, and front and rear racks.
Riptide worked with Waterborne Skateboards to create the Riptide R1 Black, an electric skateboard made for aggressive carving. It has a rear adapter that ensures stability even when torquing at 18mph. It also has a kick tail, soft urethane wheels, and built-in handles.
Developed by Stanley Robotics, this fully-autonomous valet allows drivers to drop their car off, lifts the vehicle by its wheels, then carefully delivers it to a parking space. When the driver returns, it fetches the car and brings it back to the delivery bay.
We recently put the 2020 Range Rover Evoque through its paces on an extensive route from Athens to the Peloponnese, across highways, twisty, foggy mountain roads, rocky paths and streams, and even across a bridge normally reserved for trains. Full review on 95octane.
A variant of Porsche’s popular SUV that swaps some cargo height for a svelte new look. Its separate rear seats are more car-like, and it gets a slick adaptive spoiler on its hatchback lid. In its robust Turbo form, its 4L V8 launches it from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.9 seconds.