Tag Archives: Off-Road

ICON4x4’s New Ford Bronco Is A True Old School Delight

Love the classic Ford Bronco, but wish it could be more updated while not losing its old school charm? If so, we think the ICON4x4 Old School BR will have all your check boxes ticked. Once again the Californian builder has weaved its magic on a Ford Bronco, but less all the heavy stuff in what the founder, Jonathan Ward, described as “naked classic.” Continue reading ICON4x4’s New Ford Bronco Is A True Old School Delight

Suzuki Goes Back To Its Roots With A New, Boxy Jimny

Off-roading is not exactly Japanese automakers’ strongest suit, but that does not stop them from turning out some pretty decent off-roaders. In fact, folks like Suzuki managed to develop off-roaders that weren’t fuel guzzlers like Jeep and Land Rover does while still having the oomph for off-road duties. Speaking of which, one of Suzuki’s most iconic off-roaders is the Jimny, which the marque has been selling since its introduction in the 1970s. Continue reading Suzuki Goes Back To Its Roots With A New, Boxy Jimny

Nissan Armada “Mountain Patrol” Looks Better Than It Was On Visuals

The overland SUV Nissan Truck asked fans help to “design” is finally ready. Nissan officially took the wrap off the final vehicle on Wednesday at Flagstaff, Arizona, U.S.A. ahead of its grand debut at the Overland Expo WEST this weekend. If you haven’t already heard, this SUV is unique in that some of its modifications and equipment specs are opinions from fans gathered through a poll carried out on @NissanUSATrucks Instagram and Facebook page. Continue reading Nissan Armada “Mountain Patrol” Looks Better Than It Was On Visuals

Rolls-Royce Cullinan Beckons You To Luxe Outside Of Urban Areas

When I saw the press release of Rolls-Royce much anticipated off-road capable luxury vehicle, Rolls-Royce Cullinan, I was taken aback. It was over 4,800 words long and as I continue to read it, it felt like I was scrolling through the mythical infinite scroll. And you know what this means. This means, the British luxury maker is dead serious about its off-road adventure. The brand is excited about this vehicle like a father thrilled by his first born. Continue reading Rolls-Royce Cullinan Beckons You To Luxe Outside Of Urban Areas

Nissan Wants You To Help To Design An Adventure-ready Nissan Armada

Nissan US is determined to imprint the impression of its off-road vehicle’s capability. It all started with the Nissan TITAN-based Project Basecamp, which we regrettably failed to report, and now we heard, a project Armada “Mountain Patrol” is underway. The Nissan Armada “Mountain Patrol” Project is a family adventure-ready SUV slated to debut next mouth at the 2018 Overland Expo WEST, but before that happens, Nissan USA’s Truck division wants your input to finish the vehicle. From now May 10, you can help Nissan determine the tires to be used, the exterior design by the way of vinyl wrap, and the roof-mounted tent to be incorporated. Continue reading Nissan Wants You To Help To Design An Adventure-ready Nissan Armada

Here’s Another Off-road Bentley Continental GT You Can Buy

So, you missed the only chance to own an off-road prepped Bentley Continental GT, but deep down, you know that you still want one. Badly. Well, here’s the good news. While the Bentley Continental GT “Offroad” peddled by an outfit called Classic Youngtimers Consultancy may not be the same machine featured in NatGeo’s Supercar Megabuild, but it should does the job just as well. Powered by the same revered but really quite unnecessary complicated 6L W12 engine, this once made-for-tarmac luxe beast kicks out 560 hp and 479 lb-ft (650 Nm) of torque that would enable it to wipe the century sprint in mere 4.8 seconds and makes 197 mph (318 km/h) top speed. Continue reading Here’s Another Off-road Bentley Continental GT You Can Buy

Meet DT-30PM, The Russian Amphibious Beast You Never Knew Existed

When it comes to moving through unforgiving terrains, no one knows better than the Russians. The Russian has oversaw the birth of a myriad of ATVs, or all-terrain vehicles, like the Sherp ATV, Avtoros Shaman 8×8 ATV, an even a buoyant bike, the Taurus 2×2 all-terrain motorcycle, and today, we found yet another impressive example called DT-30PM. The DT-30PM Amphibious All-terrain Tracked Carrier Vehicle is the modernized version of the original DT-30 first introduced in 1982. It is a multipurpose carrier developed and built by Russian company Vityaz. Continue reading Meet DT-30PM, The Russian Amphibious Beast You Never Knew Existed

Howe & Howe Is Back With A Leaner And Meaner Sport Tank Called EV3-F1

What has a 1,500 horses 727 cu-in HEMI engine and is capable of tearing through any terrain with blunt, brute force, leaving behind track marks? Well, it is certainly not a Jeep. Neither is it a Chrysler, or Dodge. In fact, those rides will be deemed tame by what you about to witness here: Ripsaw EV3-F1 Single Seater Super Tank. Now, do not mistaken this with the Ripsaw EV3-F4, which is a four-seater. This baby here is a solo ride and you know what that means. It means you can do whatever the hell you like when you are behind the wheel. And you will want to do whatever the hell you like because, it is the most extreme and most terrain dominant Ripsaw to date. Continue reading Howe & Howe Is Back With A Leaner And Meaner Sport Tank Called EV3-F1

Land Rover Set To Restored The 70-Year-Old Original 4×4 Prototype

Jaguar Land Rover group has an interesting project planned for 2018. The company has found one of the three original pre-production prototypes 4×4 that made their debut at the Amsterdam Motor Show in 1948. The vehicle was apparently bought by someone in the 60s and when it was found, it was in such a dilapidated state that it took a team of experts at Jaguar Land Rover Classic months poring over the archives to determine that it is indeed the long lost vehicle, the vehicle that started it all. As part of the group’s 70th anniversary in 2018, the group will embark on a year-long meticulous restoration progress to bring the 48’ prototype back to its former glory. Continue reading Land Rover Set To Restored The 70-Year-Old Original 4×4 Prototype

Barn Find 1974 Land Rover 109 Beautifully Restored By Lucra Cars

No self-respecting, true-blue Land Rover enthusiast with the financial muscle to flex should miss this beautifully restored 1974 Land Rover 109 Santana Especial from the garage of sport car maker, Lucra Cars. Originally, a barn find in Spain, this left-hand drive granddaddy of SUV is corrosion-free with no damage and by the virtue of it being used in a rural vineyard estate, you can be sure its condition was already pretty up there when it was found. It was given a full frame-off restoration nevertheless, which saw every part of this rare, four-door diesel-powered beauty being disassembled and restored to its original condition, and the chassis and axles powder-coated Continue reading Barn Find 1974 Land Rover 109 Beautifully Restored By Lucra Cars