Rides

  • ECD Range Rover Classic

    ECD Range Rover Classic

    Taking what they’ve learned from traditionally restoring Land Rover Defenders, the ECD Range Rover Classic sees some impressive reimagining of this retro automotive icon. Starting from the tires up, customers can choose to customize every last detail inside and out. Once an original model is sourced by the company it’s simply stripped down and rebuilt.

     
  • 2020 Toyota Corolla

    2020 Toyota Corolla

    The best-selling car on Earth has been so well redesigned that we doubt it’s in danger of losing its globe-conquering status just yet. Now into its twelfth incarnation, the 2020 Toyota Corolla is bigger, sportier, and bolder (about time), will be available as a sedan or hatchback, and, most excitingly, as a hybrid for the first time in the United States.

     
  • 2019 Toyota RAV4

    2019 Toyota RAV4

    The redesign of the original cute ute, the 2019 Toyota RAV4, is long overdue having had no overhaul of note for well over a decade. However, this perennial favorite still shifted 400,000 units last year making it, according to Toyota, the top-selling non-pickup offering in the US, edging out admirable alternatives like the Honda CR-V and Subaru Forester. (Also just to make you feel really old, the RAV4 also turns 21 this year.) So, with such sustained success, most didn’t …cotinue reading

     
  • Sportsman XP 1000 High Lifter Edition

    Sportsman XP 1000 High Lifter Edition

    Churn up rivers of mud with a vengeance while straddling this ferocious motorized steed. The Sportsman XP 1000 High Lifter Edition is equipped with an 850cc engine good for 88HP, with a generous ground clearance of 13.5 inches. Other all-conquering features include custom aluminum wheels, and high and low mud specific transmission with low gearing, and a 3,500lb. Polaris HD winch with integrated tow hooks.

     
  • Vanderhall Carmel

    Vanderhall Carmel

    GearCulture’s new favorite driving machine, the Vanderall Carmel adds a little more comfort, convenience and luxury to this already uber-cool open-top (with a removeable canvas shade) lineup. Powered by a not-too-shabby 1.5-liter four-cylinder turbo engine with a six-speed auto transmission, expect standard features such as heated seats, LEDs, electric power steering (with a funky wooden steering wheel), Bluetooth sound system, traction control and dual servo brakes with ABS.

     
  • Indian FTR 1200

    Indian FTR 1200

    The Indian FTR 1200 brings the track to the streets. You’ll feel invincible as you cruise down the road in this rugged, yet elegant bike. It is designed to be quick and agile but has the heavy duty feel of a quality bike. It comes with 120 horsepower, flat track Dunlop tires, Brembo brakes, and a 1203 CC V-Twin engine. You’ll be in control of any road you take the FTR 1200 on and enjoy the world-class handling. It has …cotinue reading