2021 Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra LX
Comfort meets performance. The Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra LX personal watercraft combines power and handling for all-day confidence. Keep your belongings sealed and safe with an industry-leading 56-gallon storage capacity. Pack everything you need for a fun-fueled day on the water. An all-digital LCD screen allows you to easily monitor trip information in bright conditions.
2021 Taiga Orca
Propelled by the strong response to its electric snowmobiles and premium Founders Edition electric watercraft,Taiga Motors is launching two new electric personal watercraft (PWC) Orca models starting at $15,000. The Orca ‘Sport’ and ‘Performance’ models are an important next step in Taiga’s roadmap towards accelerating sustainable exploration of the great outdoors for all. Designed from the water up, these models redefine the recreational watercraft experience with silent operation, leading power to weight, hassle-free ownership,intelligent connectivity, and competitive pricing.
2021 Kawasaki Jet Ski STX 160
When calm waters need stirring up, look to the new Jet Ski STX 160 personal watercraft for the perfect dose of fun. With three model variations for 2021, the Jet Ski STX160 Series offers multiple trim levels to choose from, all with class-leading acceleration, agile handling performance and three-person seating.
2021 Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 310
The Jet Ski Ultra 310 lineup is made up of the most powerful production personal watercraft in the world. With three-passenger seating and premium technology, Jet Ski Ultra 310 watercraft are built for anything from leisurely cruises on the lake to off-shore races across the ocean. Class-leading fuel capacity and storage prepare you for all-day fun on the water.
2021 Yamaha VX Series
The Yamaha VX Series is renowned for being the best-selling personal watercraft in the history of the boating industry. In fact, the Yamaha VX Cruiser HO, with its 1.8L Yamaha marine engine, is the best-selling personal watercraft model for the past two years.
Why? The answer is simple. Buyers are attracted to the VX Series’ class-leading performance, versatility, and value that is offered in a smaller, lighter package compared to the flagship Yamaha FX Series, while still sharing many of the same industry-first features and innovations that make the FX Series the best-selling luxury models today.
2021 Yamaha SuperJet
Thirty years ago, Yamaha introduced its first standup WaveRunner - the 650 SuperJet. Ever since then, the iconic SuperJet has rewarded the physical ability and athleticism of the best professional surf riders, freestylers, and closed course racers in the world.
For 2021, the Yamaha SuperJet returns all-new from the ground up to challenge a new generation of standup riders with a torquey four-stroke Yamaha marine engine and nimble performance hull that is 142 pounds lighter, 8.8 inches shorter, and twice as fun to ride than its competition.
No longer reserved for professional racers and requiring a racing license, the new 2021 SuperJet will find appeal with a wide audience including the race community but also among recreational riders looking for a new thrill. This includes aging tricksters who will find the athleticism and excitement of riding the new SuperJet to be a similar challenge as wakesurfing, which sees continued interest and growth among this audience.
2021 Yamaha EX Series
Yamaha is redefining “entry-level” with its EX Series WaveRunners. They share the same DNA and high-quality craftmanship as the more expensive, full-featured watercraft that Yamaha offers, but in a smaller package with less weight. Unlike its competitors in the Rec Lite category, the EX Series is designed to take you anywhere you want to go with class-leading engine performance, true three-passenger seating, unmatched stability, a durable SMC fiberglass hull and deck, large fuel capacity, and extra storage capacity.
2021 Yamaha GP1800R
2021 Yamaha FX Series
Yamaha’s FX WaveRunner series has continued to redefine what’s possible in a luxury high-performance personal watercraft. With a strong reputation in the touring, family, fishing and endurance racing scenes, the feature-packed FX Series combines big capacity horsepower, luxury performance and innovative technologies all packaged in a stunningly good-looking watercraft.
For 2021, Yamaha has updated the colors and graphic kits on its popular luxury performance FX Series, combining this with Yamaha’s legendary reputation for reliability, purpose-built marine engines and excellent resale. With a great mix of models, price points and color variants from bright and vibrant, to dark and stealthy, there is a model to suit every taste, level of experience and desire.
This Limited Edition Batmobile Model Is the Most Outrageously Awesome and Expensive Thing You’ll See This Week
The fact that Batman doesn’t possess superpowers forces him to rely on various gadgets to hunt down and kick the living daylight out of his foes. One such gadget is the popular Batmobile, a mean-ass war machine that has evolved dramatically with every new Batman installment. But we never thought a Swarovski-made Batmobile would be the byproduct of the said evolution.
This Guy Is Building an AWD Off-Road Mazda Miata and It’s Awesome
As we’re all aware, Mazda didn’t build the Miata with off-roading in mind. Then again, neither did Porsche with the 911 and we’ve seen our fair share of off-road-ready Safari-badged Neunelfers out there.
Even though it’s a sports car at its very core, the Miata, just like any other vehicle that roams the earth’s surface, can be tweaked and customized to tackle everything that’s beyond the beaten path. And the best example is this YouTube project we stumbled upon.
Breaking News: Ford’s Baby Bronco Will Be Revealed This Year, Could Receive The “Maverick” Badge
Ford published its fourth-quarter and full-year reports for 2019 on February 4. While there was nothing noteworthy about the financials per se, the company announced that it will be bringing in five new models in 2020, of which two are highly anticipated.
One is the F-150 Hybrid, and the other, well, the ’baby’ Bronco. There isn’t a lot of info about these vehicles yet, but both of them have been spotted in the wild wearing heavy camouflage. The F-150 Hybrid isn’t expected to bear a lot of changes for this iteration, but the ’baby’ Bronco will grab all the attention when launched.