SUVs & Wagons

  • 2019 Lincoln Aviator

    2019 Lincoln Aviator

    The 2019 Lincoln Aviator elevates the luxury SUV to new heights. Offering the ultimate in elegance and comfort, its dramatic lines combine with uncompromised power from a twin-turbocharged engine and plug-in hybrid technology. With seamless acceleration, you’ll feel the sensation of taking flight. Loaded with safety features, the Aviator offers driver-assist technology for added confidence. Get ready to soar in a one-of-a-kind personalized interior and experience new heights in craftsmanship, comfort, and performance.

  • Ford Bronco Aspen

    Ford Bronco Aspen

    Okay, so a cool quarter-of-a-million pricetag sure is extraordinary, but then this Ford Bronco Aspen is one extraordinary ride. This ultimate restoration job comprises the original body with a renovated frame, high-end tires, suspension and a stunning black paint job offset by contrasting chrome and a whiskey spice leather interior.

  • Karlmann King SUV

    Karlmann King SUV

    If it’s a stealth SUV that you want, look no further than the Karlmann King SUV. With bodywork inspired by the stealth bomber, it is more than an impressive vehicle. Despite all of those beautiful angles, the Karlmann King SUV is all about luxury, not speed or the ability to evade radar. Inside you’ll find a retractable TV, a fridge, ambient lighting, handy pop-out tables, a Nespresso machine and more amenities. This beast weighs over 13,000 pounds.Other features include Ford …cotinue reading

  • Parallax Urban Defender

    Parallax Urban Defender

    One of the most iconic SUVs has had one of the coolest pimp jobs we’ve seen, meet the Parallax Urban Defender. The legendary Land Rover is fueled by a 200TDi engine, with urban and off-road conquering features like BFGoodrich AT tires and Fire & Ice side steps, and a luxurious interior of leather Elite sports seats brushed aluminum streak and a high-end audio system with Pioneer Apple Carplay.

  • 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.