By Tom LaiThe first Impala quad bike was introduced in 2010, and since then it has become one of the most popular skateboard brands in the world.
The bike is powered by a 4-cylinder turbocharged engine, and can travel up to 30 miles per hour on the highway.
Now, the company is bringing the bike to the next level with a new model, the Impala X. The X has a full-featured quad frame, which can handle up to 8500 pounds.
The new model has a wider wheelbase and a wider footprint, and it features a new integrated front fender, a longer rear fender and more powerful brakes.
As a result, the X will also be capable of up to 10mph on the street.
Impala is launching the Impalas X with a full lineup of wheels and frames for $2,999.
That’s up $150 from its previous price, which is a little bit more than a new Impala.
There are two new models on the horizon, the ZX and the XS.
These models are similar to the Impaledes, and they both feature a full frame.
The ZX will also have a full carbon fiber frame, while the X is going to get a carbon fiber fork.
Both bikes have the same basic frame, but there are some differences.
In the X, the front fenders have been shortened to fit around the fenders of the X. At the top of the frame, the top tube of the Z is longer, which means the front of the bike has been shortened by two inches.
Additionally, the rear fenders are longer, so they don’t have to be the same length to accommodate the Z bike.
This also allows for the X to be a little taller, which will allow the bike’s height to go up a bit.
While there are no plans to make the Z X available for preorder, it looks like it will arrive in May at $2.499, or $2 less than the current price of $3,999, according to the website.
We asked Impala about these changes, and we were told that the company isn’t yet finalizing pricing yet.
However, the brand is working on making the Z and Xs available to preorder.
Here’s a quick video of the new Impalae ZX: