Specialty subdivisions of BMW and Range Rover offer bulletproof variants of the luxury automakers’ current models, and other aftermarket companies like Brabusand AddArmor go a step further by making donor vehicles damn-near bombproof. But none of those examples look anywhere near as sturdy as the Armortruck SUV. Continue reading THE ARMORTRUCK SUV IS AN APOCALYPSE-READY SUPERTRUCK
Tesla is following up a very busy February with an even more hectic March. Elon Musk has announced that his brand will unveil the long-promised Model Y crossover at the LA Design Studio on March 14th. On top of that, you can expect the first “v3.0” Supercharger station to switch on March 6th at 8PM Pacific. Musk didn’t provide more clues beyond that, but you might already have an idea as to what to expect.
Lamborghini—a name long known for the most impressive sports cars—is raising the bar, yet again, with the launch of the Lamborghini Urus: The world’s first Super Sport Utility Vehicle. Staying true to Lamborghini’s dedication to gorgeous design, high performance and unparalleled power, the introduction of the Urus is a real game changer in the world of luxury SUVs. Continue reading Lamborghini Launches World’s Fastest Sport Utility Vehicle: The Urus
Nissan’s current electric car lineup revolves almost exclusively around the Leaf, but it’s ready to diversify its selection. The company’s European design chief Mamoru Aoki has revealed to Autocar that a production version of the IMx concept SUV (above) will arrive sometime in “a few years.” It’s not certain how much the crossover EV would change, but it’s reasonable to presume that Nissan would want to keep the IMx’s performance. The concept promised 435HP and a 380-mile range, giving Tesla’s Model X a run for its money in some cases.
Meet the ultimate “Raging Bull” of the SUV market, Lamborghini’s Urus, which the company vows will be the world’s fastest sport utility vehicle.