The Lexus LC is already a special car. A special edition and new paint color set it off in Europe.
As if the name doesn’t give it all away, this Sprinter camper has four-wheel drive and is kickass.
The previous owner, Jay Kay of Jamiroquai, adds to the SUV’s mystique.
The SHO represented strange—and awesome—thinking, and this example has less than 50,000 miles.
A fresh restoration, a four-speed gearbox, and a big V-8 engine massively enhance its appeal.
A Porsche 911 Safari-esque build will fulfill a customer’s fantasy.
The twin-turbocharged V-8 Ferrari supercar is one of a few hundred originally shipped to the U.S. market.
The changes come in advance of the next Civic, but there won’t be a new Fit for America.
Meet the most powerful variant of Mercedes-AMG’s stunning GT.
The Lexus flagship sedan also benefits from a subtle facelift.
A support vehicle, the tiny and humble Mule can carry an outsized amount of cargo.
The 1963 American Motors M422A1 is a military vehicle that shares a name with a firecracker.
The iconoclasts at Mansory won’t back down, and they call this reimagined Ford GT “Le Mansory.”
The Infantry Squad Vehicle is basically a truggy built out of a ZR2 that resembles a Halo Warthog..
The features and versions coming for the 2021 Ford F-150, including the electric model and the Raptor.
A Spanish artist’s imagination created this ND MX-5, which has hints of BMW’s Z3 Coupe and lots of presence.
This 1961 Bedford Dormobile camper-van conversion is akin to a Westfalia Microbus.
And there are some mechanical upgrades to handle rough work site conditions, too.
Bitmap Books’ newest volume looks great, with lots of glossy spreads and unusual tiny models inside.
There’s no dense Japanese urban maze that this pair can’t navigate.