Ken Block performs nail-biting stunts as he hoons through the dirt roads of Swing Arm City, UT. Similar to his urban driving in Gymkhana, Terrakhana will focus on off-road terrain.
The current Jeep Wrangler is a dead off-roader walking. We examine its enduring appeal and the mountain the iconic 4x4's replacement has to climb.
Remember this odd looking off-roader? The Swincar E-spider is not new but the makers of this all electric off-roader have mentioned on their website that we can soon expect to see a two-seater added to their vehicle lineup.
The Griffin King of the Hammers isn't an event, it's seven days of challenges tailored to Greek deities but instead undertaken by masses of rock crawlers, buggies and motorcycles. There were four competitions during this latest, sixth edition of KOH at the Means dry lake bed in Johnson, California. Hundreds ran the rock crawling and baja-style races, and thousands set up the temporary hamlet called Hammer Town to take part in the action.
Ford Crown Victoria in Hells Canyon – Click above to watch the video after the jump
Chainlink extreme 4x4 – Click above to watch video
Wagon Attack II– Click above to watch the (epic) video
Fans of Ford's American SVT and European ST and RS models will have plenty to look forward to in the next few years. As part of the company's One Ford program to consolidate its platforms and designs, SVT and TeamRS have been brought together under a single organization led by Jost Capito. Earlier this week, we sat down for lunch with Jamal Hameedi and Hermann Salenbauch to discuss what is going on and what we can expect to see in the next few years. Hameedi is the Chief Nameplate Engineer at SV
We like offroading vids as much as anyone, because they show just how much many of the SUVs we roll in are actually capable of. We're also suckers for cool toys, and the video that follows the jump combines both of these interests to great effect. Pretty cool stuff...enjoy.
Most land-speed racing takes place in the deserts of the Southwest United States, but that doesn't mean that all land-speed records are set there. Voyage Concepts' Jason De Carteret lead a team from the Antarctica port of Patriot Hills to the geographical South Pole in just over 69 hours - averaging marginally more than 10 MPH over the 700-mile trek.
Alright, with the Pontiac Sunfire covered-in-bees contest in the books, you know the drill: Create a memorable caption for the shot seen above. In this case, the soaked Jeep Wrangler seen above was apparently pilfered one night and rolled off the docks in Old Harbor, Rhode Island a few years ago.