• 1973 Range Rover V8

    1973 Range Rover V8

    SUVs don’t come much more fabled that this classic, now with an achingly hip makeover. Meet the all-new 1973 Range Rover V8, with full frame-off restoration, it boasts the likes a Buick-derived 3.5-liter V8 engine with four speed transmission, 16-inch Rostyle original wheels all with disc brakes and a cool vertical grille, finished in a striking Bahama gold hue.

  • Byton


    Feast your eyes on the future of the automobile, Byton is like nothing you have ever seen before. Its fittingly named Concept by the Chinese manufacturer, due to be released toward the end of next year, is an electric crossover SUV equipped with gesture control, facial recognition, and 3D GPS, but what is most exciting is the enormous 49-inch touchscreen display wrapped around the entire dash.

  • Bentley Bentayga V8

    Bentley Bentayga V8

    The newest addition to the Bentayga range, the Bentayga V8 balances luxury with solid performance. The new cutting-edge V8 engine delivers the power you want with all of the style. This SUV is going to be a satisfying drive in both the city and on the open road. From the interior, to the exterior, to the technology, it is all a seamless and thrilling experience. Bentley offers many extra options that make it even sweeter. It will go from 0-60 …cotinue reading

  • Lexus LF-1 Limitless

    Lexus LF-1 Limitless

    Lexus’ LF-1 Limitless concept design is said to be like molten metal being forged into a fine Japanese sword. Take one look at the lines on this car and you see what they mean. It combines performance with luxury and is geared toward the future, with options for a gas, plug-in hybrid or all-electric powertrain. By 2025, every Lexus model will be available as a dedicated electric model or have an electrified option. The LF-1 also features a chauffeur mode …cotinue reading

  • Mercedes G-Class Interior

    Mercedes G-Class Interior

    The iconic Mercedes SUV has always traded on its cool, vintage looks, but the inside is about to have a super stylish makeover, due to go on sale late in 2018. The Mercedes G-Class Interior is adorned with high tech treats like touch-sensitive Touch Control buttons of the steering wheel, touchpad with a rotary wheel, dual 12.3-inch displays and an optional Burmester 16 speaker sound system and a 590W amp.

  • Kahn Design Flying Huntsman 6×6 Soft Top

    Kahn Design Flying Huntsman 6×6 Soft Top

    Defender owners and enthusiasts will be getting an early glimpse of the new Kahn Design Flying Huntsman 6×6 Soft Top. Bringing an element of adventure, engineering, and romanticism to the acclaimed Flying Huntsman 110 6×6 Double Cab Pick Up and Wide Body models, the latest coach built 6×6 will be debuting in the early months of 2018. Designed by the UK’s most avant-garde designer, the Flying Huntsman combines exhilarating design and fashionable automotive accessories.