• Deepflight Super Falcon Mark II Personal Submarine

    Deepflight Super Falcon Mark II Personal Submarine

    As boy toys go, this one sure takes some beating. And submerging. The Deepflight Super Falcon Mark II Personal Submarine has been designed to do barrel rolls with dolphins and spy-hop with whales. Stylish, safe and very comfortable, its low-impact low voltage design means it’s safe to use around swimmers and wildlife.

  • Scion iM Concept

    Scion iM Concept

    Likely to go into production later this year, the Scion iM Concept was first showcased last November. It’s an absolute beauty which takes it design cues from the European tour circuit, while riffing on the Toyota Aurius hatchback. While we don’t now the engine specs just yet, what we do know is that it’s fitted with a full body kit, 19-inch tires and adjustable sports suspension. Except it to seriously move.

  • Jaguar F-Pace

    Jaguar F-Pace

    From classic sports cars to a drool inducing compact crossover, Jaguar’s F-Pace takes a whole load of inspiration from its F-Type sibling. Engine types are unknown at present, but we can tell you it seats five, is an all-wheel drive and boasts the all-new lightweight aluminum frame build as that in the XE.

  • Bentley Bentayga

    Bentley Bentayga

    On sale next year, the Bentley Bentayga doesn’t have a price-tag just yet but it promises to be the most expensive – and luxurious – SUV on Earth. Named after a Spanish island mountain peak, and as majestic to match, it comes with a V8, V8 hybrid or 12-cylinder engine and can reach a top speed of 200mph.

  • 2016 Nissan Titan

    2016 Nissan Titan

    Greek god by name, Greek god by nature, the 2016 Nissan Titan is one serious badass whose heart beats to the tune of a Cummins five-liter V8 turbo diesel engine good for 310-hp. This half-ton beast of a pick-up will deliver 555lb-ft of torque and a towing capacity of over five tons. Epic.

  • Ford GT

    Ford GT

    The near decade wait is nearly over. Ready to hit production lines next year, the stunning Ford GT boasts a 3.5-liter twin-turbo charged EcoBoost V6 engine whose horsepower is good for over 600 and makes the noise of a million. It’s one of the most beautiful things we’ve seen in a while.

  • Buick Avenir Concept

    Buick Avenir Concept

    Still just a concept and already an award-winner, the graceful Buick Avenir Concept sports elegant, flowing lines both inside and out, its 2+2 interior layout offers the air of a first class lounge. Opulent features include ionic air filtration, WiFi, driver recognition and wireless charging of mobile devices. The grille design is inspired by the classic ’54 Wildcat Concept II and the next generation V6 engine sports active fuel management and stop/start technology too.

  • Fiat 500X

    Fiat 500X

    A little more mature than its smaller sibling, but still with piles of playfulness, the Fiat 500X offers a 160-hp 1.4-liter turbo six-speed manual or 180-hp 2.4-liter turbo engine with all-wheel drive and nine-speed automatic transmission. Three settings are provided to handle differing driving conditions, all wrapped up in some classic Italian styling.  

  • Volvo S60 Cross Country

    Volvo S60 Cross Country

    The Swedes have really raised the bar with this lifted sedan, the classy Volvo S60 Cross Country is available with all-wheel drive and a five-cylinder turbo engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission and delivers 250-hp. The fine styling includes a honeycomb grille, black door mirrors and a choice of 18- or 19-inch high profile wheels.

  • 2016 Acura NSX

    2016 Acura NSX

    Finally, after years of tantalising hints, whispers and outright teases, the 2016 Acura NSX has revved into life, 25 years after the debut of its predecessor. Was it worth the wait? You bet your ass it was. Beneath that stunning, gleaming, undulating body rests a V6 twin-turbocharged engine that’s paired to three electric motors and a nine-speed dual-clutch transmission. And this time, it’s all-wheel drive.