Lifestyles

Ongoing exposure to an engine’s audio blast can damage your ears. Here's how to protect your hearing.

This Delica has rugged off-road parts: a lift kit, all-terrain tires, rear-access roof ladder, and a skid plate.

Maxing out on luxury with limited dollars requires a little thought and creativity. Consider these four ideas.

Many dune buggies knockoffs came later, and conversion kits are available. But the original Manx is the gold standard.

The front-engine, rear-drive Autosleeper is a good fit for the #VanLife era. They’re cute as a button and well equipped.

Lincoln described the Cartier paint as “a creamy grey—the color of freshwater pearls.”

Regional influences play a big role in how enthusiasts customize their rides, from lowriders in LA to donks in Miami.

All-terrain tires, a lift, and a pop-top camper roof make this a big change from the usual family-hauler.

Wheels and tires are seasonal, just like fashion. Drivers should have one wheel-tire combo for winter and another for summer style.

These luxury trucks are practically ready for the zombie apocalypse. Or at least a comfy family outdoors vacation.

The roof is designed to serve as an observation deck with a side ladder for access.

There are oddball elemental vehicles like the VW Thing, Austin’s Mini Moke, and the Fiat Jolly. Citroën couldn’t be left out.

The old-school Tesla Roadster is a good investment. It will always be a historically significant vehicle.

The Land Rover has room for everything you need at the beach. The all-road capability will bring you right to the water’s edge.

It's important to understand the pros and cons of the two most common types of off-road tires: all-terrain versus mud-terrain tires.

The Dream Performance is the fastest Lucid Air, with 1,111 horsepower and 451 miles of range.

The RADwood craze led to a boom in the value of 1980s vehicles—even unremarkable cars like the '85 Toyota Celica for sale on eBay.

The 1970 Datsun 521 is an impressive package. It's a daily driver, a hoonigan work truck, and a classic head-turner all rolled into one.

A new generation of outfitters is discovering Raymond Loewy’s iconic designs. They are transforming his vans to new recreational uses.

The paint isn’t perfect, and the trim on the tailgate looks a bit funky. But this old Nissan truck is lovely.

Celebrity owners of the Mercedes-Benz 600 limo included John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison, David Bowie, and Elvis.