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The Turtleback Trailer at Overland Expo 2014

We saw dozens of camping trailers at last month's Overland Expo. Some, like the Moby1, we've covered in the past, but there were also a number of new models. One of our favorites was the Turtleback Trailer, which packs many of the comforts of home in a rugged body that's ready to climb and claw its way through the desert, mountains and forest.  Read More

The driver controls the camera with BMW's infotainment system

Twisty roads through wooded forests, speed-optimized track laps, leisurely drives along the breezy coast – whatever your daily or weekend commute looks like, it might be the perfect subject for an HD video. BMW is making it easier to use the popular GoPro action camera to capture such driving moments. It has worked with GoPro to integrate camera control into its infotainment architecture.  Read More

Local Motors plans to develop the Ultimate Bike Tool design and sell it in its store

The Ultimate Bike Tool stuffs more than two dozen wrenches, tire levers and driver bits into a slim package. It's the latest design to rework the 3D multi-tool into a flat, packable chassis, joining others like the Nutter bike tool and Tuls card tools. It is quickly moving from prototype to reality.  Read More

For better or worse, the front-end is where the 5-95 shows the most personality

Celebrating 95 years in the car body design business and close to 50 years working with Lamborghini, Zagato has sculpted a new collector's car. The Lamborghini 5-95 Zagato is as common as Lamborghinis come underneath, but it features a one-of-a-kind design influenced by notable Zagatos of the past.  Read More

The Recon 6 has a hidden secret

From the makers of the Crovel survival shovel comes a new multifunctional survival tool. "A cross between the Swiss Army Knife and MacGyver," the Recon 6 wristwatch is more than meets the eye thanks to the small survival kit that's integrated into its body and strap.  Read More

The Hampdens combine retro and modern elements Polk is angling at upgrading your desktop audio system with a set of powered speakers that package a clean look, warm sound and versatile performance. The new Hampden speakers combine old-school teak-veneer cabinets with the latest wireless technologies.  Read More

The LED hood lets children add a personal touch to the Camatte

For the past two years, Toyota has been working on a different kind of concept car. At the 2012 and 2013 Tokyo Toy Shows, it debuted lifelike Camatte toy cars designed to give kids an early appreciation for the automobile. This year, it adds a new feature to the Camatte design: a digital hood that lets kids customize their roadsters with original artwork.  Read More

Lotus will build 81 Exige LF-1 models

In celebration of the 2014 F1 racing season, Lotus has revealed the Exige LF1 special edition. The hot, race-inspired limited-run car gets new black, gold and red livery, recalling Lotus race cars of generations past.  Read More

Sleeping high above the cold, icy ground

Built from military technology and optimized for off-road adventure, the Xventure XV-2 trailer from Schutt Industries is a versatile gear-hauler and people-sleeper. Instead of cramping trailer space with its tent hardware, the rugged, off-road tow-along has an adjustable upper deck for sleeping and a lower cargo bed for hauling tools and toys. The trailer can be customized with everything you need to survive and thrive in the backwoods.  Read More

The Autobahn interior gives passengers a spacious, comfortable ride full of amenities

Airstream is best known for its line of iconic silver-bullet trailers, which includes the International Sterling. If its newly-introduced Autobahn is any indication, it may soon become better known for luxury vans. Revealed at the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter dealer meeting last week, the van offers the utmost in comfortable, luxurious people-moving.  Read More

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