New to the scene (as in just announced on September 26) is Canada's take on a pseudo-military machine. In this case, however, it is military-spec – Roshel will only sell its armoured-up, Ford Super-Duty-based Senator with air-filtration and surveillance gear to government and law enforcement agencies. Civilians aren't left out though; Roshel offers a Senator for the masses with all the brute charm but without the same kind of country-invading tech.

The Toronto-based company builds all kinds of specialty vehicles, but with the custom nature of each project, pricing isn't available. Still, even in civilian form, you can bet the Senator doesn't compete with the likes of a Honda Civic.