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Thinking about designing your own rig? Here are some tips from a pro.
Design, luxury, and practicality—all for $600 per month
When weight isn't an issue, comfort is king
But better isn’t always faster
We drove one across Peru to find out
The legendary Mercedes SUV gets softer and more manageable for more drivers
Overlanding, where you use your vehicle to explore and camp in off-the-grid spots, can be done in almost any car or truck. At Tactical Application Vehicles, Walt Wagner specializes in helping people decide which upgrades are necessary, and then carefully adds those new components to their rigs.
From a $150 cooler to a $645 SUP, this list exclusively features gear that enables adventure. (Courtesy Isle) Isle Cruiser Soft Top Paddleboard Kit ($645) Why a soft-top SUP? Because you’re not in a race. The Isle Cruiser Soft Top Paddleboard kit includes a paddle and bungees to hold your gear. …
A light and roomy teardrop trailer.
With one of these on the back your truck, you can camp in ultimate comfort even in the most off-the-grid spots
Handcrafted in Italy, the Bike Butler ($4,265) is much more than just a bike hanger. An Elipson IC4 Bluetooth speaker is mounted inside, and there's also a wireless phone charger and four USB ports to charge accessories like bikes lights and a GPS.
The ultimate mountain rescue vehicle.
Ford Australia is teasing a Ford Ranger Raptor. Could it come to the U.S.?
Electric cars are the future for commuters, but can they go the extra mile on a road trip?
When you're pulling a big trailer, you need a big engine to match
A mashup of a Tesla and Land Rover Defender.
A restored 1937 Yellowstone tour bus.
An overland camper you can use all year
A custom Ducati to benefit the Shiners Children Hospital
All you really need is a good set of tires
A crew of our editors recently attended the Flagstaff event to check out the latest overlanding gear and the thousands of vehicles that drove in from around the world. Here are 11 of our favorites.
I spent three months camping with the trailer, which costs a fraction of most of its competitors. Here’s what I found.
A Made-in-America Motorcycle That You Can Actually Afford
Buttoned down, the camper on this Defender 110 ($54,650) doesn't look like much. But once the top goes up and the sides slide out (just like an RV), there's enough room for a bed, shower, toilet, and kitchen. Out back, a rack drops down for an instant wood deck. The whole setup process…
An expedition ready teardrop for less than $10,000.
An expedition grade rooftop tent.
The door handles are water bottles and the arm rest is a sleeping bag
For those who want to watch TV when on a safari
The perfect car for outdoor lovers just got even better