The Evening Rush for Feb. 11, 2016

Your nightly cull of automotive, gear and lifestyle news, all in one place.

Big Air at Fenway
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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.

Automotive

Reports have surfaced that Bentley will use Porsche’s EV sedan platform for an electric vehicle of its own. Bentley already plans to introduce a hybrid system in the new Bentayga; this future EV sedan might very well be a Tesla Model S fighter.

Finally! The new Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro has debuted at the Chicago Auto Show. With knobby tires, wicked suspension, a manual gearbox and standard tow package goodies, we have a feeling this truck will be a serious hoss.

Toyota

Infiniti has launched a Red Sport trim for the Q50. Dubbed Red Sport 400, this uprated sedan will—you guessed it—dish out 400 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. Expect sales to begin this spring.

Gear

Bring your favorite record store’s sprawling isles into your living room. Crafted by Kai Takeshima, these chic walnut and brass record shelves bring a clean, simplistic look to your vinyl collection.

KAI TAKESHIMA

Nothing beats a great spy flick. Lucky for you, Amazon is having a deal on a Blu-Ray James Bond Collection for just under $80.

Lifestyle

If you’re in Boston, check out Polartec’s big air competition in Fenway Park. Converting the field into one gnarly mega ramp, the nation’s finest skiers and snowboarders will come together to throw down some huge tricks.

Today’s brewery pick takes us to Wisconsin, and the New Glarus Brewing Company. This brewery is all about keeping things small and using 100% organic ingredients. Serious crowd-pleasers include the Moon Man, an American pale ale and Spotted Cow, a farmhouse ale.