Ford and Fisher-Price took the F-150 in a whole new dimension, unveiling the Power Wheels F-150.
Nissan yesterday announced the opening of its second production plant in Thailand.
The Range Rover Sport SVR – created by the Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations team – will make its public debut at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed on June 27 to 29.
After seven years in Western Australia, it’s with a heavy heart that we wish to advise the 2014 Australasian Safari will be the last one held in Western Australia.
In their 35 year existence, TRD has been an integral component in Toyota’s success in the U.S., not only in numerous motorsports racing victories but in the area of high quality performance parts and accessories.
The PPI Toyota Trophy Truck, driven by legendary racer Ivan “Ironman” Stewart from 1994 to 2000, rolls out of RK Motors Charlotte, one of the nation’s premier restoration shop, after being fully restored to competition specifications.
History was made when Malaysia’s first offroad club, the 4×4 Adventure Club of Kuala Lumpur, was officially registered on February 11 1987.
Subaru today announced that this year marks the 40th anniversary of the debut of Subaru all-wheel drive (AWD) vehicles since the Subaru Leone Estate Van 4WD was first introduced in Japan in 1972.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation announced that it will dispatch a team of technical support engineers for an Outlander PHEV entered in the T1.3 4×4 Electric class of the grueling 2,200 km FIA-certified Asia Cross Country Rally 2014 (AXCR) from August 9 through 15, to be run from Thailand to Cambodia.
This time around, Father Frost gave way to Mother Spring rather early with good weather (5-9 degrees Celsius) across Russian western region, and with no strong wind; it was a perfect setting for the launch of a Spring Offensive “a la 4×4.”
The soggy, muddy, slippery and treacherous terrain in the vicinity of the Isonzo River has the reputation of testing man and machine to the limit and beyond through the ages. Only the special warrior breed would be able to take their machines to rise above such punishing terrain.
Three weeks after the exciting news that Peugeot, Red Bull and Total have decided to join forces to contest the 2015 Dakar, the car that will spearhead the team’s challenge has finally broken cover. Behind the wheel of this purpose-designed machine Carlos Sainz and Cyril Despres will defend the colours of Team Peugeot Total on […]
The Land Rover and The Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) supported ‘Pole of Cold’ expedition team have reached their goal – Oymyakon, Russia – aka the ‘Pole of Cold.’
Three Range Rover Diesel Hybrid prototypes complete 10,472 miles along the Silk Trail by traversing 13 countries over 53 days from Solihull, UK, to Mumbai, India. It is the world’s first ever hybrid expedition along the Silk Trail and one of the boldest driving adventures ever pursued by Land Rover.
On Sunday 31 March, four retired avid Suzuki fans began a 28,000 mile fundraising tour around the world in aid of Save the Children and the Oakhaven Hospice in Lymington, Hampshire.
Toyota’s redoubtable Hilux continues to push the boundaries of extreme endurance, completing a marathon Antarctic journey of more than 5,900 miles, further than any vehicle of its type has managed before.
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Oshkosh Defense will participate in daily live demonstrations at Eurosatory 2014 to showcase the company’s TerraMax Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) technology. Attendees can observe an Oshkosh MRAP All-Terrain Vehicle (M-ATV) equipped with TerraMax UGV and a mine roller autonomously navigating a course that simulates military route clearance missions.
The complete knock-down (CKD) production of the Toyota Fortuner SUV began at a production facility of Saryarka AvtoProm LLP in Kostanay, Kazakhstan. This marks the start of production by Toyota in Central Asia. Plans call for a production of approximately 3,000 units annually and the hiring of an additional 100 employees.