Loving this Hulk-status 1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS by Scaglietti that packs a serious punch of cool. The bright green paint job is so eccentric and different than what you normally see with these type of rides and works in a weird but amazing way. Heading to the auction block in early 2016, we're already envious of whatever person snags this for themselves.
The ultimate adventuremobile? Move over vintage Defender, it looks like the Mercedes-Benz Zetros, a snow crushing 6x6 monster of a truck, might be taking home the gold. With a luxurious interior and even a secret compartment for an ATV, there are few rides cooler for a snow-filled expedition.
Mention UAE to most people and a few words come to mind, usually oil and money. But that ain’t all kids. From the newest car brand in the United Arab Emirates comes the first UAE-produced car, sort of. Presenting the Zarooq Sand Racer. With a silhouette not unlike the BMW X6, the Sand Racer is a sand-eating beast that somehow remains street legal. Turning the knobbiest of knobby tires is a 3.5 liter Nissan V-6 that, depending on configuration, puts out 300-500hp. The carbon fiber body sits on an off-road suspended chassis that is nothing less than heavy-duty. And customizable, very customizable. Available January 2016.
When it comes to customized and restored takes on vintage 4x4 rides, nobody on the planet does a better job than the guys at Custom Ford Broncos. This particular ones features BMW leather seats and handcrafted aspects throughout, leading to one of the coolest takes on the celebrate ride we've seen.
Few trucks are as iconic as a vintage Dodge Power Wagon. Perfect lines, an unbeatable look, and the kind of country life charm you can't fake. Most nowadays are loaded with rust and practically underivable, but fortunately for fans of the ride, Legacy Classic Trucks is beautifully resorting them with new supercharged 6.2-liter Chevrolet V8 engines, Italian leather seats, and interior parts stolen from old Porsche and Mercedes-Benz cars.
The dudes at Singer Vehicle Design for yet another custom wonder. This time, it's their second Targa job and the results are outstanding. The butterscotch color, 70s vibes, and aesthetic choices are all just right.
OK, this bright green 1981 Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series III is loud, obnoxious, totally in your face, and ultra-aggressive. But it's also...incredibly amazing. The Lamborghini Countach is one of the most unique and stylish cars ever made, with crazy lines and a look that screams "80's music video" in the coolest of ways. The green Hulk-esque paint job works here wonderfully and any auto enthusiast should be proud to have this bad boy in their garage. It's going up to auction in New York shortly, so get your checkbooks ready if you want the pink slip to this thing.
When you’re a rich prick, there’s a pretty good chance you have a fair number of enemies. I’m sure you have plenty of friends who love you for always picking up the check, but I’m sure you plenty of people that hate your guts and want you dead.
Land Rover just dropped a new ultra luxury SUV for the oligarch/illuminati class that wants a little extra peace of mind that they’ll be arriving to their destination alive: A bullet proof SUV called the Sentinel. It only costs around a half million dollars and is the perfect investment if you just happen to be a Bond villain. Via Motor Authority:
The Range Rover Sentinel is based on the luxurious Range Rover Autobiography and benefits from VR8 ballistic and blast protection certification. This means it can withstand attacks by 7.62-millimeter high velocity, armor piercing incendiary bullets as well as blasts from up to 33 pounds of TNT. It can also handle multiple grenade blasts above the roof and on the road surface.
The Rover Range Rover Sentinel has another benefit that puts it ahead of many armored sedans: the ability to go off-road should an unconventional escape route be needed. This has required the suspension to be uprated so that the abilities of the Sentinel are in line with those of the standard Range Rover. SVO boasts that the vehicle can still carry more than 1,400 lbs despite already being weighed down with all the protective gear.
At its core is a specially-developed six-piece armored passenger cell, made of super-high-strength steel. Multi-laminated armored glass is used for the windows and the vehicle also sports an anti-tamper exhaust, a self-sealing fuel tank, auxiliary backup battery and a split charging system, and run-flat tires. The standard engine is the Range Rover’s supercharged 3.0-liter V-6, rated at 340 horsepower.
By: BRANDON WENERD