• Range Rover Long Wheelbase

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    Originally conceived as a tool for getting work done around the farm, the Range Rover has had quite the glow-up since its introduction in 1970, and it’s now viewed as a luxury-lined limo for the stylish elite. As such, its accommodations have gone from spartan to opulent, and the 2021 model is the most luxurious Range Rover yet. Fine leather, real wood trim, plush carpets, and a host of convenient features deck out every one of the Range Rover’s many trims. Lower-end models offer quiet comfort while the high-end SV Autobiography models are a performance pageant headlined by a burbling 557-hp supercharged V-8 engine. What’s the price for all this sumptuousness? Well, the Range Rover lineup starts just under the six-figure mark, and that’s before you get into the plethora of optional features and customization choices.

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  • Ford F-150 Raptor

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  • Jeep Wrangler Sahara

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    The four-door 2021 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited has overtaken the two-door as the bestselling body style, as it offers considerably more passenger- and cargo-carrying ability with nearly the same off-road capability. Compared to the two-door model, the four-door is 22 inches longer overall and rides on a similarly stretched wheelbase. The longer wheelbase makes for a more settled ride but compromises maneuverability. The current, JL-generation Wrangler was introduced for 2018 and is more refined and user-friendly than past models. The standard soft top is now much easier to use. Alternatively, the Freedom Top hardtop offers twin lift-off panels above the front seats. Either can be fully removed, as can the doors (although doing so also removes the side-view mirrors). The windshield also can be folded down for a real dune-buggy experience. Off-road ability remains the Wrangler’s chief calling card, and it does necessitate compromise elsewhere: cabin access, fuel economy, wind noise, and handling, to name a few. The Rubicon maximizes off-road capability, while the more affordable Sport and Sport S, and the deluxe Sahara shade more toward everyday usability.

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  • Tesla model s 85D


    The Tesla Model S 85D is the mid-range AWD model with the 85kWh battery.
    It was produced from November 2014 — February 2016.
    It hits 62mph (100km/h) in 5.2s and reaches a top speed of 155mph (250km/h).
    It is propelled by two AC induction motors with a combined practical output of 311kW providing 485lb-ft (658Nm) of torque.
    It’s official EPA 270-mile (NEDC 528km) range should be more than enough for most daily commutes and enables short road trips.

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  • Porsche 718 Cayman

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    The 718 models were made for the sport of it. They are mid-engined roadsters that unite the sporting spirit of the legendary Porsche 718 with the sports car of tomorrow – and transfer it to the roads of today’s world. With one goal: to take the everyday out of every day.

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