The 18-wheeler that was hit is one of many that Katy Perry commissioned to promote her upcoming album, “Prism,” painted gold and adorned in album release copy.
Amphibious vehicles aren’t exactly known for their speed. Gibb set out to change that. Designed for first-responder and rescue operations, capable of highway speeds on land and up to 30mph in the water, the Phibian can go from the road to the water in less than 10 seconds with the push of a button.
Lamborghini has let their $300k SUV – the Urus – out of the bag. The new addition to the Lambo stable will be revealed live at the upcoming Beijing Auto Show.
HOT ROD’s David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan join Fred Williams and Rick Péwé of Peterson’s 4-Wheel & Off-Road magazine to compete in the infamous Cheap Truck Challenge. Riding into battle with a modded 1979 Bronco, they face-off against a rock-ready 1980 Toyota Pickup and a beastly 1987 Chevy Suburban in a cash-strapped quest for ultimate off-road glory.
It packs a 400 hp diesel out of a Ford F-350, a Dana 80 rear-end, and a look and feel that would make Max Rockatansky feel right at home. This is Mitch Allread’s custom fabricated creation and it is, without a doubt, one of the coolest things on the road today.
Motor Trend puts the rock-ready concept Mighty FC up against the Moab terrain alongside its military forebearer, a 1964 Jeep Forward Control. This militaristic Wrangler-based beast handles the rough of terrain on its huge wheels while placing the driver above the front tires for a cockpit-like view.
The International Auto Show is in town which means tons of cool new cars are about to be unveiled to the masses, but before they get their chance, we got a sneak peak at what’s in store this year. While some of it was expected, automakers had a few surprises ready to blow our minds.
This collection of mayhem and destruction was edited together to show off the Canon 5D Mark II being used as a “crash cam” during dangerous stunts.
Ford asked me to spend the day whipping a few of their new Police Interceptors around a closed course with a professional race instructor. It’s a tough job, but somebody has to do it.
The Ford Crown Victoria is being retired after 20 years as one of the most iconic police vehicles. See what will take their place patrolling America’s highways.
DC decided to build the ultimate truck for their motocross athletes so they got West Coast Customs to head up a build with a Toyota Tundra. They upgraded the truck to take whatever the off road could throw at it, plenty of storage for motocross gear, a pressure washer, an air compressor, and in true WCC fashion, a completely overboard multimedia system.