The Top Motoring Features of 2018
We’re all news junkies, aren’t we? Soundbites, headlines, quick hits, hot takes – if we can digest it fast, pour it on, and thick. Addicted to pithy prose though we may be, there’s something to be said for taking an extra few minutes to dive deeper, ponder longer and learn a bit more. Interviews, brand and product profiles, in-depth reviews, travelogues, Gear Patrol Magazine feature stories: these are the long-ish or straight-up long-form pieces we’ve loved the most this year, as writers and as readers.
This off-road beast is Frankensteined from two different Land Cruisers and a Cummins diesel engine.
I'm not saying the 2019 Toyota Land Cruiser is a bad SUV, but for $85,000 you can hop in and remember what 2008 was like.
To really put a motorcycle through the wringer, it has to be pushed to the limits of its purpose in the harshest way.
It's safe to assume KTM has a hit on its hands with the 790 Adventure R, but it might be a sign bigger ADV bikes are on the way out.
The chassis, cab and body panels are restored from the original parts, but the engine, transmission, brakes and electronics get robust upgrades.
Grand Tourers make people happy because they look like emotion; they look like what it is to love the art and act of driving.
EarthRoamer is a pioneer and a leader in the luxury overlanding segment. Massive trucks with ridiculous capabilities and comfort are the norm thanks to this Colorado-based builder.
It would be easy for Aston Martin to develop a car that betrays the brand's elegant, opulent, perfectionist ethos with some unremarkable, rough-edged car. But the Vantage is thoroughly Aston and a legitimate threat to...