If you want a presence on the road, drive a Semi but if you want a vehicle with a road presence and also have no problem with the parking lots at your local Walmart, then perhaps a pickup truck would be the way to go. Well, not just any old pickup truck, though. It will …
Remember the Vietnam dude/founder of cosplay company Macro Studios, Nguyen Dac Chung’s version of Batmobile “Tumbler”? Well, it has recently gone viral again by becoming the world’s first and only all-electric Batmobile.
This is The Jumpacan, a custom off-road race car destined for The Mint 400, an epic four-hundred mile off-road race that has been dubbed the “The Greatest Off-Road Race in America.”
When we talk about the “potential” of a SUV, we are probably looking how many people it can carry and/or how much cargo space it had, or perhaps how it could be turned into a base camp. Volkswagen has a very different idea, though.
Rolls-Royce’s latest bespoke coachbuilt will make tailgate party super luxurious. How? Well, firstly, it is a Rolls-Royce and secondly, it’s a Rolls-Royce. If that is not enough to scream luxury tailgate party, we don’t what will.
So many people have had their hands in building real-life Batmobiles. From the crudest and the ‘practical’ to 89’ classic to modern examples like Ben Affleck’s Batmobile and the Tumbler from The Dark Knight. Recently, a New Orleans man joined this exclusive club of real-life Bruce Wayne with his very own Batmobile.
E.C.D. Automotive Design, the maestro of custom and restored Land Rovers and Defenders, is not the name associated with electric vehicles. But here it is, an E.C.D. Automotive Design electric Range Rover Classic. And it is not just any Range Rover Classic.
If 755 horses to propel a lightweight 1,339 kilograms (2,952 lbs) McLaren 765LT track-focused supercar to 100 (62 mph) in just 2.8s and sending it on its way to 330 km/h (205 mph) is not enough for you, then Hennessey Performance has just the upgrade kit for you.
This is NOT a faithful replica of the Batmobile that appeared in Tim Burton 1989 Batman live-action movie. But it is one that you can own without having Bruce Wayne kind of wealth. However, at 22 feet long, it will not fit in a garage unless it is one like Jay Leno’s.
Reminiscent of the Camel Trophy Land Rovers, this modernized Series IIA by E.C.D. Automotive Design is presented in a beautiful Mercedes Desert Sand with a Santorini Black roof.