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  • Chevy debuts 2 new concept trucks

    It appeared that Chevrolet was going to make a splash at the State Fair of Texas Auto Show with the debut of the 2015 Silverado HD. While this unveiling certainly got the showcase started off on the right foot, it wasn't the only big news the automaker had. The American manufacturer chose the annual festival as the place to unveil two new concept trucks, and they are quickly gaining steam as an even more rugged twist on the Silverado. 

    Using the 2014 Chevy Silverado as a base, the manufacturer carried out some extreme truck mods and created two of the most unique and memorable concept vehicles out there. 

    About the Silverado Black Ops
    Simply put, the Silverado Black Ops is a beacon of preparedness. The vehicle has everything a driver would need to conquer off-road trails or make it through a zombie apocalypse, and a few of these features are especially enticing, Motor Authority reported. Made from Silverado Crew Cab 4x4, the truck boasts lower body armor for increased protection as well as a raised Chevy suspension to provide more ground clearance. Under the hood, drivers will find a 5.3-liter EcoTec V-8 engine offering 355 horsepower and 383 foot-pounds of torque. 

    "Luck favors the prepared, and the Silverado Black Ops concept is a survival kit on four wheels," said Dave Ross, Chevrolet's design manager. "This concept truck showcases the stronger, smarter and more capable elements of the 2014 Silverado and how accessories can enhance them to suit any lifestyle."

    Even the truck's accessories are catered toward handling emergencies. Its storage unit has a solar power pack, gas masks, gloves, a first aid kit, a shovel and rope. That's just the beginning, as food and water rations, a fuel container and even a generator are installed on top of the locker. A front-mounted winch, LED lights and integrated tow hooks are also included for heavy-duty work. To top it all off, the Silverado Black Ops employs a rugged paint job, complete with built-in scrapes and yellow accents. 

    About the Silverado Volunteer Firefighter
    The Silverado Volunteer Firefighter is a truck made with input from the National Volunteer Fire Council in honor of the noble work that firefighters do every day. This concept vehicle has been outfitted with everything from rescue equipment to an off-road suspension, making it a top option for any first responders or extreme drivers. 

    One of the first things drivers will notice about the truck is its design scheme, which itself is a nod to firefighters. The red and silver paint covers what was once a Silverado Double Cab and highlights the chrome steps and 22-inch wheels. A siren, public address system, chrome fire extinguishers and even an ax have also been installed to provide firefighters with everything they need to save lives. There's still extra storage room, despite all of these additions. Cargo space provides plenty of available storage for helmets, air packs, gloves, jackets and pants needed to fight fires. 

    "We wanted to pay tribute to these important men and women in communities everywhere," said Chris Perry, vice president of marketing for Chevrolet. "They are the kind of hard-working Americans for whom we design and build the Silverado, making sure it delivers the capability and dependability they expect."

    High-performance is a given considering all of the truck modifications that went into this vehicle. A revised suspension and wider wheels provide smoother handling, while an array of safety features ensures that drivers won't have to worry about trouble en route to an emergency situation. 

  • Range Rover drives up demand by off-roading the Silk Trail

    It's not uncommon for drivers to want to look good when they go off-roading, which is part of the reason why the sleek and luxurious Range Rover is such a sought-after vehicle. Despite its origins as a luxury SUV, the automobile is capable of doing great things on pavement and dirt, and it is a viable option for any fan off-road driving. These impressive capabilities are contributing to a big publicity push for the SUVs.

    High demand for the SUV
    Ever since Land Rover debuted its new Range Rover and Ranger Rover Sport SUVs, hype about the automobiles has been through the roof. That publicity has translated into orders - and a lot of them. In fact, the demand for the vehicles is so high that Land Rover cannot keep up, causing a backorder of requests. 

    There is currently a six-month wait for new orders of the Range Rover and a wait of nine months for the Sport edition, Motor Authority reported. Demand was about 40 percent higher than what Land Rover initially predicted, and the manufacturer lacked the means to keep pace with orders. 

    One of the biggest drivers of the demand is coming from China, where motorists can't get enough of the high-cost SUVs. The automobiles are so popular that costs are skyrocketing into six-figure sums. A few of the richest buyers are even paying premium fees of approximately $80,000 just to move to the top of the waiting list, according to Automotive News Europe. 

    To further cement the brand's spot as one of China's most coveted, a trio of Range Rovers is currently completing a trek through the country's Silk Road Trail. 

    About the Silk Road Trail
    The Silk Road Trail has origins that trace back thousands of years. Used as an international trade route, the pathway connected China with the Mediterranean and northern Europe. Silk was the primary export transported across the route - hence the name - and the business conducted along the trail tied together many different cultures and civilizations. 

    Today, the Silk Road remains as a link between countries, although not in the form that it once was. Still, the trail offers a look at a diverse range of landscapes and cultures while also bringing avid off-roaders across all types of terrain. 

    Range Rover's performance
    This land is also serving as the backdrop for Land Rover's Silk Trail 2013 Expedition. Land Rover sent three Range Rover Hybrids to traverse the Silk Trail, starting from the manufacturer's home in Solihull, U.K., and extended to Mumbai, India. In between the two spots, the vehicles will cross through multiple countries and see many cultures up close. Already the automobiles have covered more than 5,200 miles over the course of three weeks of driving, HybridCars.com reported. 

    The vehicles have successfully navigated through torn up pavement, muddy trails and desert lands ranging from packed gravel to soft sand. Temperatures have also varied greatly, which has tested the machine's resilience and engine capabilities, the news source reported. With another month of travel left to go, anything could happen, but so far the Range Rover has proved it can handle the rigors of off-roading. 

    Although the Range Rover Hybrid appears to be more than capable of handling itself on the Silk Road, the vehicle has not entered mass production. It is in the final stages of evaluation, and with this recent success, drivers can likely expect to see the hybrid become an off-road vehicle option in the near future. 

  • Taking a look at GM's 2015 heavy-duty pickups

    All signs were pointing to the fact that General Motors was going to make a splash at the State Fair of Texas Auto Show, and the manufacturer certainly got things started with a bang. GM used the opening of the fair to debut its new heavy-duty versions of the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra. 

    GM has a big reveal
    GM used the Auto Show's spotlight to unveil its 2015 heavy-duty pickup trucks, and it certainly succeeded in attracting attention. Fans of the brand are already excited about the possibilities of these new trucks - and that's without knowing a lot of the details. Although these models look similar to the 2015 editions the automaker previously debuted, they are a bit smaller and feature some more rugged elements that make the vehicles primed for heavy-duty work. 

    Heavy-duty trucks account for about 25 percent of GM's pickup sales, and with the most recent round of alterations and upgrades, that number should remain consistent at the very least, The Dallas Morning Star reported. In fact, the latest truck modifications may make Silverado and Sierra two of the most sought-after vehicles on the market. 

    The pickups will be available to the public in the first quarter of 2014. While the manufacturer hasn't released the retail prices, interested drivers can expect to hear more news about the costs and special packages in the near future. 

    Under the hood
    When drivers take a look under the hood of the all-new Silverado or Sierra, they'll see an engine system that is quite similar to existing models. Each of the trucks will feature a standard six-liter V-8 engine with 360 horsepower and 380 foot-pounds of torque. Drivers will also have the option of upgrading to a diesel V-8 engine that is slated to boast 397 horsepower and 765 foot-pounds of torque. 

    "Our engineers felt we had the best engines and transmissions in the segment, so there was no reason to change them," Lloyd Biermann, marketing manager for Chevrolet trucks, told The Dallas Morning News. 

    GM may believe in its engines, but that didn't stop it from making a few alterations to the parts surrounding the motors to enhance efficiency. The air flow has been upgraded to offer consistent performance, and this change should also keep the system cool in even the toughest of conditions. 

    "It is one thing to generate big power numbers in cool weather and another to maintain power and torque when towing up a long grade on a blistering summer day," Jeff Luke, executive chief engineer at Chevrolet, explained to the news source. 

    A look at the interior and exterior
    Much like what's under the hood has remained relatively similar to previous models, the exterior of the GM's trucks is consistent with years past. However, changes have been made to the Chevy suspension found on each vehicle, as well as the boxed frames. A double-cab body increases the amount of room passengers have when driving. 

    "The passion we have for trucks is reflected in every line and powerfully sculpted machines surface of the HD Chevrolet," said Tom Peters, GM's design director, in a statement. "From the dramatic sculpture of the one-piece structural bumper to its muscular hood and side profile, the design reflects a function-driven solution."

    Improvements didn't stop at the exterior, however. Each of the trucks has received new seats and dashboards in addition to 2 more inches of legroom, creating a more comfortable environment for everything from intense work to recreational off-roading. These heavy-duty trucks are poised to leave their mark on the auto industry, especially among people looking for an off-road vehicle that balances power and pizzazz. 

  • Toyota Dream Build Challenge announces teams

    Customizing a vehicle with truck mods and accessories is just one of the many ways drivers immerse themselves in the auto experience. Toyota is making sure it is a memorable one, however - especially for those teams who participate in the manufacturer's upcoming Dream Build Challenge. This competition aims to put modifications at the forefront and show off all of the different ways drivers can customize their Toyota vehicles. 

    About the challenge
    The Toyota Dream Build Challenge allows teams to create one-of-a-kind automobiles that will then go head to head to compete for public adoration. With an end goal of making the most extreme Toyotas possible, the four teams competing in the challenge have seven weeks to make their dream vehicles using Toyota vehicles and its brand partners. Custom-build shops will help the teams bring their visions to life, and each stage of the process will be documented to show auto enthusiasts just how the changes are made. 

    "For everyone who has ever imagined designing the perfect vehicle for a favorite hobby or sport, the Toyota Dream Build Challenge makes that dream a reality," said Ed Laukes, vice president of marketing communications and motorsports for Toyota. "What better place than SEMA to push the limits of the imagination and inspire creativity?"

    This year's competition
    There are four teams competing in the upcoming challenge, and each has a special tie to the world of motorsports and off-roading. That is especially evident in some of the plans for vehicles, which include two options that may be well suited for off-road driving.

    The first team, Joe Gibbs Racing MX, is made up of professional motocross riders Justin Brayton and Josh Grant. They will redo a 2014 Toyota Tundra to make it a "Let's Go Moto Tundra." While the team hasn't revealed any details about what exactly they will do to upgrade the automobile, fans can expect to see some alterations that cater the truck to the rugged conditions of the wilderness. 

    Another vehicle off-roaders may want to keep an eye on is the brainchild of Simon Dumont, a freestyle skier, and his Oakley team. Together, they will be altering a Toyota 4Runner to become the "Ultimate Dream Ski 4Runner," which will likely be a machine capable of handling cold, inclement weather and snowy conditions. 

    The remaining teams are made up of NASCAR driver Parker Kligerman and Kyle Busch Motorsports, who will work to turn a 2013 Toyota Camry into a rally car known as the "CamRally," and BMX rider Drew Bezanson, who is working with Skullcandy to incorporate musical themes into a Toyota Corolla. 

    At the SEMA Show
    Rutledge Wood, the television racing commentator and host of "Top Gear USA," is returning to announce the winning design at this year's SEMA show. The winner will be revealed at the show Nov. 5 in Las Vegas.

    "I'm a big car guy, and that's why I'm so excited about the Dream Build Challenge," Wood said after the 2012 competition. "What's so cool ... is that Toyota is taking their drivers, letting them build something crazy and then they're going to raise money for their charities. I mean, that's an amazing thing. It's going to be huge, and I'm so glad to be a part of it with all my friends at Toyota."

    Videos detailing the process of the customization and the various car and truck modifications made are slated to become public Sept. 26. Fans can then begin voting on their favorite rides Oct. 31, and the polls will remain open for the next five days leading up to the big reveal.

  • Ram embraces diesel engines in light pickups

    Diesel-power vehicles have been making waves recently. With a lot of hype surrounded this fuel, which is more environmentally friendly than traditional gas, many manufacturers are considering the possibility of entering - or re-entering - the market.

    Although diesel pickup trucks were once a popular option, their availability has waned in recent years. That is expected to change with one introduction from a major manufacturer, which could kick-start a renaissance of these light-duty machines.

    Ram introduces a light diesel
    Ram is looking to bring diesel back to light-duty trucks, and it will begin with an upgraded Ram 1500 pickup featuring the diesel engine. This six-cylinder motor will be more fuel efficient for drivers, even with the more expensive cost of diesel taken into account, and machines with these engines generally offer better low-end torque and towing power than their competitors, USA Today reported.

    "The name of the game is making larger vehicles more relevant," Ram President Reid Bigland told the news source. "You make them more relevant by making them more fuel efficient."

    Ram isn't the only brand embracing diesel technologies. Nissan has already announced plans to offer a full-size Titan pickup truck with a Cummins diesel engine. This motor was originally supposed to be included in a Ram truck but expanded to the Japanese automaker when a special partnership was formed, Automobile magazine reported. Nissan is scheduled to release this model and its V-8 engine sometime in early 2014.

    Buyers beware
    Just because diesel engines present a solid option for some drivers doesn't mean they are a good selection for all motorists. They can be more expensive to maintain, and the sticker prices on trucks with these motors are often higher than traditional vehicles, which can put certain models out of the price range of some. In fact, those drivers who are planning on making several rounds of truck modifications or invest in other upgrades may find that it is not within their budget to purchase these vehicles.

    However, drivers looking for longevity should certainly take a look at diesel engines, as these motors may be better long-term investments.

    "The high compression ratio of diesel engines allows for better efficiency compared to gasoline engines," Robert Angner, department manager of advanced product planning for Mercedes-Benz, told Digital Trends. "But this high compression ratio also requires more robust parts, which in general are considered to add longevity to the life span of the engine."

    Off-roading advantages
    In addition to the improved torque and towing capacity - both of which are extremely important qualities for off-road driving - diesel engines offer a few other advantages that adventurers may appreciate. For example, saving money on long-term maintenance or replacement parts can leave more funds for truck mods and similar upgrades - something almost any driver can appreciate. 

    While some drivers may be hesitant about the noise or pollution stemming from a diesel engine, this concern is one that can be shrugged off. Over the years, these motors have evolved into fine-tuned systems that provide a driving experience that is almost identical to traditional gas-powered vehicles. That means motorists don't have to worry about harming the wilderness they are driving through in an off-road vehicle, and they won't scare too many critters with overbearing trucks. 

    "The stigma from diesels of the past being smelly or smoky is still a perception that needs to be overcome, but positive changes have been seen in consumer sentiment that will only continue to improve," Angner told Digital Trends. 

  • Looking ahead to the State Fair of Texas

    One of the most anticipated days on the automotive calendar is just around the corner. As automakers begin showcasing their 2014 models and slowly start revealing up-and-coming options, drivers are getting ready to take in these creations, and many of these products will be on display at the State Fair of Texas. 

    State Fair of Texas Auto Show
    Set against the backdrop of bustling Dallas, the State Fair of Texas is a throwback to all of the things that the state prizes: creativity, farming, larger-than-life entertainment and, of course, cars. In fact, a large portion of the fair revolves around an Auto Show, which features everything from a special Truck Zone, where big-name manufacturers show off their latest creations, to the Chevrolet Ride & Drive, where visitors can test drive one of seven new vehicles at high speeds on a specially designed track. 

    At the main stage of the State Fair Auto Show, visitors will be able to get an up-close look at concept vehicles, new models, vintage cars and much more. This is just the tip of the iceberg, however, as the fair packs in many other displays and activities for auto enthusiasts, following in a tradition set more than 100 years ago. 

    The State Fair of Texas has been debuting new vehicles since 1904, but the format that visitors have come to know and love has been set in stone since the early 1950s. Today, the Auto Show at the State Fair of Texas is spread out over 300,000 square feet - more than triple of what it was less than 25 years ago. It also features multiple buildings, an outdoor showroom and live entertainment. 

    This year, the Auto Show is scheduled to run from Friday, Sept. 27, to Sunday, Oct. 20. The facilities will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. 

    What to expect
    There are a number of big events happening as part of the fair's Auto Show, and several of the biggest truck makers in the world are expected to make reveals. No official confirmation has been released, but there has been a lot of talk about major news coming from General Motors. This may be anything from significant off-roading upgrades to its heavy-duty trucks to new trim packages for its existing models, but drivers won't know for sure until the fair sets up shop. 

    PickupTrucks.com reported that there were rumors about a large Toyota display, which would tie into a major announcement from the brand. Although the news is being kept hush-hush, many are speculating that it could be an extreme-sports upgrade for some Toyota truck models that would prime the vehicle for off-road driving. Others think it could be improvements to the Baja Toyota. No matter what, the display is sure to be a must-see for motorists. 

    Ford is also expected to unveil updates for its 6.7-liter Power Stroke. A refreshed version of this super-duty truck may even be a preview of the much-anticipated 2015 model, Left Lane News reported. 

    The best of the rest
    Automobiles are only part of the exciting events on tap for the State Fair of Texas. Since 1886, the fair has been delighting visitors with college football games, concerts, livestock shows, agriculture competitions and much more. While the Auto Show is extremely popular, it is only one slice of the action, and guests who want to check out the car displays or truck announcement can fill their time with plenty of other fun activities.

  • Avoid common mistakes when buying an off-road vehicle

    There comes a time when many drivers begin to consider the idea of purchasing a new or used vehicle to add to their garage. Getting this shopping process off the ground can be difficult, and it's easy for many motorists to fall into common traps that can end up costing them time, money and sanity. 

    "Buying a car is something people usually do at most every few years, so naturally the right way to go about it isn't always top of mind," said Brian Moody, the site editor of AutoTrader.com. "But a misstep during the shopping process could turn a great deal into a money pit in the long run." 

    Instead of becoming a victim of one of these blunders, drivers should brush up on their knowledge and be prepared for what lies ahead. Here are some of the most common mistakes you should do your best to avoid as you hunt for your next purchase: 

    Getting sucked into extra features
    Even if you go to a dealership with a simple list of must-haves in mind, those needs can quickly snowball to an expensive array of amenities. Before you head to a location to scout out a potential purchase, outline a clear list of features that are must-haves, as well as some that would be an added bonus.

    It is easy to get caught up in the exciting possibility of choosing a car with an impressive selection of features, but this is also one of the quickest ways to spend more money than you intend to. Stick to the list you have created and try to avoid being swayed by a salesperson. Remember, you can always make truck or Jeep modifications later on that will enhance the vehicle and cater it to your needs. 

    Not taking the vehicle for a proper test drive
    Nearly all drivers know they have to take a prospective vehicle for a test drive before signing on the dotted line. However, these motorists don't always take the automobile through a comprehensive drive. AutoTrader.com explained that a proper test drive should last for about 45 minutes in length and needs to take place on a variety of road types. 

    If you're looking to go off-roading in a vehicle, you may want to consider test driving a machine in these conditions. Clear this undertaking with the seller before setting out, and be sure you understand the expectations that go along with it - for example, if you're contemplating purchasing a vehicle from an individual seller, take care to lay down the guidelines and restrictions about off-road driving. You may have to wash off some dirt or debris and give the parts of the vehicle a once over before returning it to its original owner. 

    Ignoring the need for an auto inspection
    The work doesn't stop after you get the keys. One of the first things that needs to be done after purchasing a car, new or used, is to take the vehicle in for an inspection. 

    "Just because a car sounds and runs fine during the test drive doesn't necessarily mean everything is in top working order," Moody said. "Cars are complex machines, and nothing is worse than an expensive repair shortly after you drive the vehicle home."

    These are only a few of the tips buyers should keep in mind as they search for their next vehicle. Whether you're planning to buy a new truck for off-roading or a used automobile to upgrade with various truck mods, you can zero in on great opportunities with just a bit of helpful advice. 

  • Toyota reaches milestone as it churns out trucks

    Toyota trucks recently celebrated a major milestone in Texas. Toyota Texas, the brand's division in the Lone Star State, marked the production of its 1 millionth truck at the San Antonio plant - a major accomplishment for the automaker. 

    The millionth model was a 2014 Tundra 1794 Edition - a special model created in honor of the ranch that once stood where the Texas plant currently resides. That ranch was founded in 1794, and another homage to the area is present in the Sunset Bronze Mica paint, which was designed to mimic the sky at twilight in the location. 

    Toyota will soon be celebrating another milestone at the Texas plant. This fall marks the plant's 10th anniversary, and almost its entire decade of existence has been spent creating the light- and heavy-duty trucks for American consumers. 

    "We are grateful for our loyal customers across North America who tell us they love driving Texas-built Tacomas and Tundras," said Chris Nielsen, president of Toyota Texas. "It makes me incredibly proud of our team members and 21 on-site suppliers every time I see one of our trucks on the road knowing that safety and quality are built into every one of them." 

    Although brands like Ford, Ram and Chevrolet regularly produce thousands and even millions of pickups, slower demand has left Toyota a bit behind. As new redesigns and truck mods continue to make the Japanese automaker's vehicles better suited for off-road driving, however, the market for these automobiles could continue to grow. According to Bloomberg, the brand is content to slowly but surely grow its reputation and product offerings within the pickup truck segment as it moves from a provider of niche trucks to a more universally embraced option. 

  • Ram Rumble Bee truck may head to showrooms

    Ram made headlines at the 2013 Woodward Dream Cruise in suburban Detroit thanks to an eye-catching reveal. The automaker unveiled a bright yellow concept truck called the Ram 1500 Rumble Bee, and after the color and features of the pickup got people talking, Ram began to consider the feasibility of sending the automobile to showrooms around the U.S. 

    Although there are still many steps to be cleared before the truck can take its place on showroom floors, fans of unique truck modifications and attention-grabbing details will definitely be keeping an eye on the Rumble Bee. 

    Heading to showrooms? 
    Before the final decision is made on whether or not the Ram 1500 Rumble Bee will hit the open market, versions of the vehicle will head to dealer shows to gauge interest in the truck. If the feedback continues to be positive, Ram could begin taking steps to produce the truck on a wider level. 

    "We will take it to some dealer shows and talk to dealers," Dave Sowers, head of light- and heavy-duty marketing for Ram Truck, told Edmunds.com. "We try to listen to the dealers. They know their marketplace." 

    The truck mods that would be needed to turn the Rumble Bee into a prime on- or off-road vehicle are still unknown, but the possibilities for a one-of-a-kind automobile are endless. 

    Changes to the Rumble Bee
    The original version of the Ram 1500 Rumble Bee had a number of special features that make it attractive to drivers. With 24-inch black wheels, a two-inch suspension drop and matte yellow paint, it is hard to miss the truck, but these are only a few of the exterior details that may have to change for the Rumble Bee to be a viable option for the public. AutoBlog reported that the paint job would likely be altered to include a glossier, more subdued color, while the amber-encased bee on the shifter is likely to be left out of a mass-produced vehicle. 

    "Some of the things that we put on the truck weren't volume-production possible for us," Sowers told Edmunds.com. "That flat yellow paint would be a little bit of a challenge in the plant, and the actual bee in the shifter would be tough to execute."

    Despite these changes, all signs point to the final product including the eight-speed transmission, 5.7-liter Hemi V8 engine and show-stopping details that drew so much attention in the first place. 

  • GM ready to build off-road SUV

    Savvy drivers know they can make truck and Jeep modifications to almost any vehicle that will cater the machine to off-roading. However, some motorists want to be able to buy automobiles that come equipped with features and design characteristics that are ideal for off-highway driving. This can be difficult, but a recent announcement from General Motors could change the way drivers go about looking for their next off-roading machine. 

    Rumblings of an off-road vehicle
    GM unveiled several redesigned models at the Frankfurt Auto Show early in September, and there are rumors that the manufacturer is already considering revamping these options to include an off-road model. The speculation reached a fever pitch when one GM executive confirmed that the automaker was looking into the possibilities, although no timeline or details have been confirmed. 

    "We are looking at, for this generation, a more off-road variant," Jeff Luke, the executive chief engineer for GM trucks, told Automotive News. "Owners just love off-roading with these vehicles. They look at this vehicle as more off-road capable." 

    Some of the potential improvements could include enhancing the range of GM's body-on-frame SUVs as well as a more powerful engine and rugged style. 

    GM's plans
    While much of the attention from fans of off-roading will likely be focused on the potential for specially designed off-road vehicles, any final plans are still far in the future. In the meantime, many drivers will have their eyes on some of the creations GM has in the pipeline. The 2015 versions of the Chevrolet Tahoe, Chevrolet Suburban and GMC Yukon are all slated to offer drivers a solid option in the near future, and they boast a few special features that may make off-roading easier. 

    In the past, GM has offered an off-road package known as the Z71 for these large SUVs. Although this option includes upgraded shocks, bigger wheels and wheel flares, all of which are designed to improve the off-road experience, it has not caught on with drivers. The manufacturer hopes that making a few key changes and enhancements will create a unique off-road vehicle that will attract more fans of the pastime. 

    "In the life cycle of this product, we're going to continually upgrade and add technologies, including in the powertrain area," Luke told the news source. "... Stay tuned." 

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