The Lume Traveler No. 1 combines the comfort and luxury of camping in a travel trailer with the simplicity and peacefulness of enjoying the Great Outdoors.
Ford’s Edge ST goes heavy on the performance upgrades but strong rear storage and a standard tow hitch make it a worthy adventure crossover.
With the GFC Rooftop Tent, Go Fast Campers will soon offer the thinnest rooftop tent ever built, with components and materials sourced entirely in the United States.
The recently declassified Allite’s Super Magnesium is cheaper than carbon and has a strength-to-weight ratio better than aluminum or steel.
Spy shots show GM testing a 7-seat, 3-row Chevrolet Blazer that adopts much of its style from a sibling SUV, the GMC Acadia.
Tipoon, a French startup, unveiled a small SUV-towed pod-style trailer called the Travel Machine that triples its size at the press of a button.
The Timberleaf Pika looks small but offers premium sleeping quarters and an outdoor kitchen while still light enough to be towed by a passenger car.
Coverless and roof rack-compatible, the innovative iKamper’s upcoming X-Cover effectively fixes two of the biggest woes facing rooftop tents.