Gorgeous SEMA concept shows Ford Bronco’s work-to-weekend modularity

Since it first launched the all-new Bronco, Ford has spent a lot of time stressing how the 4×4 fits the lifestyle of overlanders and other long-haul off-road travelers. But what about the more common weekend warrior? Ford definitely hasn’t forgotten ab… Continue reading Gorgeous SEMA concept shows Ford Bronco’s work-to-weekend modularity

Poland’s EV4 heads to the mountains with electric cart and skateboard

Last year, Polish engineer Jack Skopinski launched an electric trail machine designed for disabled riders wanting to venture off the beaten track. Around the same time, he built an off-road electric skateboard featuring two 2,500-W motors. Now he’s mad… Continue reading Poland’s EV4 heads to the mountains with electric cart and skateboard

Winnebago Ekko pop-up 4×4 motorhome charges toward off-grid adventure

In a market dominated by home builds and customs, Winnebago became one of the first major American RV manufacturers to embrace the overland adventure trend when it introduced the Revel camper van in 2017. Realizing that some of its off-road #vanlife cu… Continue reading Winnebago Ekko pop-up 4×4 motorhome charges toward off-grid adventure

Wood-free pop-up camping trailer packs a rooftop party deck

With a pop-up that looks like a chimney and a bimini-topped party deck, the roof of the short, stout Purpose Trailer from California’s RKS Off-Road is unlike any other you’re likely to see at the campground. In fact, it holds up to 1,000 lb (454 kg) so… Continue reading Wood-free pop-up camping trailer packs a rooftop party deck

Jeep putting V8-powered Wrangler Rubicon 392 into production

Back in July, Jeep debuted a concept vehicle called the Wrangler Rubicon 392. Engineers at Fiat Chrysler had worked out how to stuff Dodge’s big 6.4-liter Hemi engine into the Wrangler while keeping the Jeep’s legendary off-road capabilities intact. Th… Continue reading Jeep putting V8-powered Wrangler Rubicon 392 into production

Rooftop tent not required: The Ford Bronco is its own adventure camper

We’re not sure if the explosion of overlanding over the past few years helped push along Ford’s decision to finally bring back the Bronco 25 years later, but it’s clearly guiding the marketing around the new 4×4’s launch. Following up on the Bronco Spo… Continue reading Rooftop tent not required: The Ford Bronco is its own adventure camper

1,300-hp Hercules 6×6 pickup flexes big, bonkers off-road muscles

We’re not sure any person in history ever looked at the bullet-shielding, smoke-spewing Rezvani Tank XUV (xtreme utility vehicle) and thought it needed just a little more work. But Rezvani has been going that direction anyway, pushing the “xtreme” fact… Continue reading 1,300-hp Hercules 6×6 pickup flexes big, bonkers off-road muscles

Ram-based 4×4 “hyper limousine” breaks barriers (and mirrors)

Take a Rolls-Royce-like sedan, drop it on a pickup truck chassis, add in a VIP-style rear passenger compartment with limousine levels of luxury, and pretend your clients are going to actually want to off-road the thing. You end up with … something of… Continue reading Ram-based 4×4 “hyper limousine” breaks barriers (and mirrors)

Jeep turns the Gladiator into a go-anywhere hot dog cart

The SEMA show isn’t taking place at the Las Vegas Convention Center this week, but organizers have created a virtual show to fill in this year. It kicked off on Monday, and participants didn’t let the lack of physical venue slow them in revealing custo… Continue reading Jeep turns the Gladiator into a go-anywhere hot dog cart