The Evening Rush for Oct. 30, 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.
Fiat-Chrysler is recalling 900,000 SUVs in two actions: one addressing inadvertent airbag deployments, and another addressing electrical issues. More here.
The Renaultsport R.S. 01 is heading to GT3 racing, but before it can, engineers need to add weight and lose power. Lame. More here.
A lot of cool/weird vehicles slip through the cracks at the Tokyo Motor Show. The Drive senior editor Max Prince will fill you in on everything you missed. More here.
Outdoor Technology released a Bluetooth headphone that provides great sound, whether you’re running, chopping wood or kissing babies. It also has a built-in mic, so you can make calls in between tracks. More here.
Love cycling but scared of your evening commute? Check out Lumenus. This L.A.-based company uses LED lighting and Bluetooth GPS in its clothing, so that you can remain in clear sight on your evening ride. More here.
Like the look of and old mill? Of course you do. Industrial mills were the backbone of this country. A Phoenix-based company, Vintage Industrial, has embraced that mercantile history and integrated the old-mill look into its line of heavy-duty furniture. More here.
If you are in Texas, this is the last weekend you can enjoy the magical Austin Beer Week. With 20 breweries participating and tons of activities, you are bound to find some tasty sips. More here.
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