• Infiniti QX30

    Infiniti QX30

    The drip feeding of information is doing little to satisfy our appetite and the hunger’s still growing as this compact crossover looks superb. The Infiniti QX30, according to the manufacturer, “looks beyond the practicality and conformity expected of the segment.” We know it will be built on the Mercedes MFA platform and use their 2-liter petrol and diesel engines. Watch this space.

  • Range Rover Discovery Sport Launch Edition

    Range Rover Discovery Sport Launch Edition

    Exclusive design features are being offered to the United States’ market for this already sumptuous design The Range Rover Discovery Sport Launch Edition’s styling choices include Yulong White Metallic paint, a Black Design Package and an Ebony Grained Leather interior. The sport pedals are finished in brushed stainless steel, the paddle shifters aluminum and such is the attention to detail, even the valve caps sport a monochrome Union Jack design. Only 250 will be made.

  • 2016 Range Rover Evoque

    2016 Range Rover Evoque

    The luxurious SUV has lost a few kilos and had a facelift thanks in part to its all-new all-aluminum Ingenium TD4 engine, new front bumper, grilles and all-LED headlamps. The 2016 Range Rover Evoque also comes with a choice of three alloy wheel designs, an improved infotainment system, six-speaker stereo system and an eight-inch touchscreen. What we really like is the ability to open the tailgate by waving your foot beneath the rear bumper, oh, and its environmental credentials aren’t …cotinue reading

  • Deus Ex Machina Hondo Grattan

    Deus Ex Machina Hondo Grattan

    As lean, mean and muscular as it’s high performance stallion namesake, the stunning Deus Machina Hondo Grattan sports an aluminum body with a speedway-inspired headlight and asymmetrical mudguard. Based on a Ducati Scrambler, it also features a meaty exhaust, massive disc brakes and a funky blue and yellow color scheme.

  • 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.