The Evening Rush for Oct. 23, 2015
Your nightly cull of automotive, gear and lifestyle news, all in one place.
The Evening Rush is your daily roundup of auto, gear, and lifestyle news, all in one place. Less time searching, more time driving. Motor on.
Ford will be bringing eight, yes eight, modified mustangs to SEMA this year. This is the same tactic as using buckshot; one will have to leave a mark. More here.
Mazda recalls 1.2 million vehicles from the Nineties due to ignition problems and fire risks. Sorry, drifters, the MX-6 is included. More here.
Elon Musk is speaking out in the wake of Consumer Reports pulling its Tesla Model S recommendation. Musk tweeted that the publication’s reliability survey included “a lot of early production cars,” and that the identified issues were “already addressed” in newer builds. More here.
YouTube is coming out with a paid service called YouTube Red. For $10 per month, it allows users to play videos offline and skip ads. More here.
A home security system that you can talk to? Enter Angee, a Kickstarter success and what its builders call the first autonomous security system that recognizes your voice. More here.
Thousands are descending on Austin for Formula 1’s U.S. Grand Prix. These are the best bites ‘n sips off the grid. More here.
Go take a hike! Here are 20 breathtaking trails across the U.S. More here.
Ben & Jerry’s and New Belgium Brewing have come together to make a beer (Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale) and an ice cream (Salted Caramel Brown-ie Ale). All proceeds will go to Protect Our Winters, an organization committed raising awareness of climate change. More here.
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