This year it will crank out 15 Broncos with an average price of $235,000.
It will sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
It has an estimated range of about 150 miles in the city.
Icon founder Jonathan Ward takes us on a tour of the latest Derelict, which is a 1960 Willys Overland Wagon. The model still looks original on the outside but packs modern parts underneath the skin.
Icon is preparing the third generation of its FJ series. In this video, company founder Jonathan Ward shows off all the changes made to the prototype.
Jay Leno can't quit smiling while driving Icon's latest Derelict, based on a 1948 Buick Super Convertible. It might look beat on the outside, but underneath there's a custom chassis and and Corvette ZR1 engine.
When it comes to truly, genuinely interesting automotive design and craftsmanship, Brandon Turkus
Things are looking up for Icon. The company just moved from its tiny original location to a sprawling new facility, and every machine its craftsmen produce is sold before the final bolts are tightened. There's even talk of finding ways to triple production in order to keep up with demand. In addition to the off-road titans and clever Zach Bowman
Icon 4x4's portfolio of projects, which includes such stunners as the reanimated Bronco and deliciously decaying Derelicts, is evidence enough that founder and designer Jonathan Ward and company have the Midas Touch when it comes to laying hands upon cars from yesteryear. Their next project, however, takes them in yet another new
The crew from Cool Hunting finally got around to stopping by the Icon headquarters for a little chat with founder Jonathan Ward. The man has made a name for himself by crafting some of the most detail-oriented interpretations of classic cars on the planet.