Oscar Mayer Adds a Real-Life, 150 MPH Jetpack to the Wienerfleet

The Super Hotdogger is here to save your picnic.

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The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile? So last century. The Oscar Mayer Wienerdrone? Totally 2017. This summer, the tubed-meat giant is once again taking to the skies, introducing the newest addition to its iconic fleet of hot dog-shaped vehicles: a jetpack (Wienerjet?) with an intrepid pilot named Super Hotdogger

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So yes, this is the second aerial vehicle in the Wienerfleet, with the hot dog-shaped Wienerdrone capable of air-dropping hot dogs one at a time. But like a heavy bomber of sorts, Super Hotdogger can carry multiple dogs to people with substandard picnics in holsters that sort of look like Beats Pill speakers.

The actual jetpack is a real-life, fully-functional unit built by a company called Jetpack Aviation with a real dude flying it. Oscar Mayer claims it has a maximum altitude of 15,000 feet and a top speed of 150 mph. Super Hotdogger’s uniform is appropriately ridiculous with lots of orange and yellow and what appears to be a motorcycle helmet. Even the jetpack itself is in Oscar Mayer livery.

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Super Hotdogger's sidekicks are the Hotdoggers, the team of drivers who pilot the company's Wienermobiles around the country. We're guessing they'll be playing a fair amount of catch-up: the heavy Wienermobile is just a hair slower than 150 mph.