Gibson NV200 Mobile Repair and Restoration Van

The NV was built to serve as a mobile guitar repair shop, with the equipment on board that would help everyone from casual players to professional musicians. This van serves essentially as an extension of Gibson's Repair and Restoration shop, based in Nashville, Tennessee. The facility fixes and customizes guitars from all levels of guitarist, and the Gibson NV200 Compact Cargo was made to be a quick response support vehicle. This means musicians, both professional and part-time, can get repairs made quickly. Gibson can also serve as an educational tool to the public, teaching about the art of guitar building and repair...(Click Here To Read More!)

Nissan NV200 Wheelchair-Accessible Taxi

If you've been following the story of the New York Taxi Commission's selection of the Nissan NV200 as its chosen "Taxi of Tomorrow," you might also remember that New York City comptroller John Liu raised objections to the city not having a 100-percent wheelchair-accessible taxi fleet. While various departments and commissions within the city are hashing out the legalities and requirements, Nissan has unveiled its answer to the issue in the form of its wheelchair-accessible package for the NV200...(Click Here To Read Our Full First Look!)

2014 Range Rover Sport

When the 2013 Range Rover got the radical reset that it did, we knew it was just a matter of time until the Range Rover Sport received a similar treatment. Today, we see the outcome of the ground-up redesign of the flagship's sportier sibling. As with the Range Rover, the Sport gets an all-new, all-aluminum chassis, which results in a weight savings of as much as 800 lb over its predecessor. Even with this impressive lightening, the Sport is no featherweight, with the V-6 model weighing in at 4727 lb and the V-8 at 5093 lb. But at least the midsize Sport is no longer as heavy as the extra-large Chevrolet Suburban, a dubious distinction held by its predecessor...(Click Here To Read Our Full First Look!)

2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid

When we first got news of the XV Crosstrek Hybrid, we were a little surprised at the model choice for getting a hybrid option. The more popular Outback wagon or Forester SUV might have seemed a more obvious choice at first glance, but the Impreza-based Crosstrek works as well as any. Other than the addition of the usual hybrid-related hardware of a powertrain battery and supplemental electric motor, the drivetrain is pure Subaru. The standard XV Crosstrek's 148-hp, 2.0-liter boxer four-cylinder engine remains, with a 13.4-hp electric motor sandwiched between the engine and Subaru's Lineartronic CVT...(Click Here To Our Full First Look!)

2014 Toyota Highlander

The midsize crossover market is a hotly contested market segment, and one that is getting more interesting, with truly all-new entries from Nissan, Hyundai, and others, and more to come. Toyota has always had a credible player in the niche with the Highlander, and the changes on the 2014 model will likely continue to keep it a popular option in the segment.

The 2014 Highlander's styling is noticeably different from its predecessor, which received an update in 2011. The A-pillars have been repositioned for improved visibility, and employ high-strength steel for added rigidity. The rear-quarter glass area has also been increased for improved visibility... (Click Here To Read Our Full First Look!)