The Evening Rush for Oct. 28, 2015

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

byMax Goldberg| PUBLISHED Oct 28, 2015 10:30 PM
The Evening Rush for Oct. 28, 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.


The Subaru Viziv debuted at the Tokyo Motor Show last night. Let’s just say it’s a sight nicer-looking than the B9 Tribeca it’s tipped to replace. More here.

Even one-percenters are embroiled in the wretched world of recalls. Bentley is recalling 27,640 cars because of potentially faulty battery cable joint connections. More here.

Have you ever woken up and said to yourself, “Man, I really want to see a 1,000-hp Honda Odyssey?” Neither have we, but damned if we’re not glad someone made one. More here.

Yamaha released a tantalizing 1,650-lb sports car at the Tokyo Motor Show. Although this isn’t the first time the company has dabbled with the car world, it is the first time it has developed its own concept. More here



A Belgium-based company called CanvasCamp has created a modernized canvas tent. Using thick, durable canvas, these tents are perfect for the rugged—or wannabe rugged—lovers of the outdoors. More here.

Whether you use a pocket knife for opening boxes or cutting your seatbelt after a gnarly wreck, it is important to find the right blade for the job. Let this list of great pocket knives for 2015 guide you toward “the one.” More here.


Sick of dragging your lazy self all the way to the bar to have a fresh tap beer? Build a keezer with this handy video from Northern Brewer TV. More here.

Long live the needlepoint belt. Your grandfather had one, your dad had one, now it’s your turn. La Matera has it. More here.