The F-150 pictured above costs $67,270. It has a number of options including, but not limited to, multi-contoured massaging seats, which help explain the ridiculous price tag. There are a few expensive features, though, that are more than just frivolous—they’re actually incredibly useful.
I might have been wrong about the plot of Vin Diesel’s Fast 8. As it turns out, the most furious film crew of them all is planning to blow up Iceland instead of just cruising around Manhattan, using custom built ATVs, military vehicles and heavily armored Dodge trucks. Our reader caught them at the port.
Would you like to go wherever the hell you want? Using its self-inflated tires, Russia’s SHERP ATV can give you that pleasure. It will climb over obstacles as tall as 27.5 inches, swim with ease, turn like a tank and look awesome in any situation for only $49,000 worth of Rubles.
This is the Mattro Ardenner. Three treads, over 1,000 lb-ft of power, near-silent operation, zero emissions. And styling straight out of a Terminator-themed nightmare. So will we be riding it or running from it in the first robot uprising?
The Ripsaw is one of the fastest tracked vehicles in the world, something like a lightweight tank with a huge V8. Now the company built a personal 'Mini Ripsaw' version.
We've seen bits and pieces of the upcoming Polaris RZR hoonfest film known as "XP1K2;" but I hadn't been properly fired up about it until watching this trailer. This little ATV basically makes the forest its bitch– and every surface into a jump.
Need to haul a 1,300lbs bull moose off the Alaskan tundra? You're going to need an Argo. The world's only eight-wheel-drive, amphibious ATV can literally go anywhere.
Once again, country ingenuity and an ATV begets hilarity. Why waste a perfectly good axle when you could build yourself a barf machine?
This is the Polaris RZR XP1000 UTV. Watch it absolutely defeat the Mad Max apocalypse desert ruin porn gymkhana course of your dreams.