The owner of this used Ford Transit commercial van did not want to scrap it and instead decided to turn it into the ultimate off-roader. The project hit a snag somewhere along the way, though, and the half-done conversion is now being sold for a fixed price of £5,000 (around $6,200).
Lightweight Performance has rolled out a less common take on the BMW M3 Touring (G81), leaving the engine power alone but upgrading numerous other performance-related aspects of the car.
CarExpert, WhichCar and CarSales are all reporting that various Kia dealerships in Australia were notified of a new pickup truck coming to the manufacturer’s lineup in 2025.
Legoland Denmark has put up a life-sized Ferrari Monza SP1 on display made from 383,000 constructor pieces. The sculpture can be found in the Ferrari Build and Race exhibition.
A 1972 De Tomaso Pantera that starred in the fifth instalment of the Fast & Furious movie saga will go on sale in Las-Vegas in late June. It only had a cameo appearance in the movie, being the first vehicle Dominic Toretto and Brian O’Connor pulled out from the train in the train robbery scene (see video).
A short while ago, Taiwan-based tuning company Zacoe unveiled a top-facing exhaust system for the McLaren 650S, styling it after the 600LT racecar (see video). Now, the same tuner has rolled out a whole body kit for the model.
In the sports car world, the Porsche 911 GT3 is regarded as a no-nonsense track weapon with class-leading characteristics and a sub-7-second Nürburgring lap time. The only OEM way to upgrade from it is to pay $58,400 extra for the RS package. Starting now, you can ask Manthey Racing for an alternative solution.