The Evening Rush for Oct. 15, 2015

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

byMax Goldberg| PUBLISHED Oct 15, 2015 10:34 PM
The Evening Rush for Oct. 15, 2015

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.


Civilian vehicles are so… civilian. Let staff writer Ben Keeshin persuade you into buying a decommissioned military vehicle. More here.

California-based Zero Motorcycles is expanding its line of electric bikes to a total of six. More here.

Tesla Motors has debuted a new autopilot system for the Model S that lets the car change lanes and stop. More here.

Formula 1 honcho Bernie Ecclestone is contemplating an alternate V6 hybrid engine for the 2016 race season. Will the V8 make a comeback? More here.

Volvo announced that its entire model range would have plug-in hybrid capability by 2019. More here.


Hotels are overrated. Sleep on the roof of your rig with Treeline Outdoors’ roof-top tent. More here.

A kitchen knife that makes you feel like Michael White? Check out this Wüsthof Ikon Damascus Chef's Knife. More here.

Behold, Sony’s newest member of its ingenious RX series of powerful, palm-size digital cameras, the RX1R II. More here.

Utah-based SOS PowerBank has shown a waterproof, dustproof and impact-proof solar-charging battery that will ensure your gadgets are never without juice. More here.


With cold air, snow and the infamous grey slush that collects on N.Y. street corners likely just weeks away, be sure that your feet don’t suffer. Check out GearJunkie’s list of 14 boots for winter. More here.


It’s a fall-foliage extravaganza right now on the Hudson River. Take the Sleepy Hollow Ferry up to the Halloween capital of the country. More here.

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