The Evening Rush for Dec. 04, 2015

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

byMax Goldberg| PUBLISHED Dec 4, 2015 10:59 PM
The Evening Rush for Dec. 04, 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.


Even conceiving of a car worth $2.5 million is difficult, so to see something that expensive get destroyed in seconds should earn your attention. Watch at an extremely rare Koenigsegg Agera R meets its maker on the streets of Chongqing, China.

Remember when we mentioned that Fiat was considering building a 124 Spider Abarth? Well, apparently things move fast in Turin, because spy shots of the Abarth drop top have emerged.

After a ton of drama with Ferrari last season regarding engine trouble, Renault has decided to take things into its own hands and manage a Formula 1 team. During the 2016 season, Renault will be running the F1 outfit currently known as Lotus.

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The days where the average businessman used a briefcase have come and gone. Backpacks are no longer marketed toward the youth of America, but now toward the captains of industry. Check out Lexdray’s new ultra-durable Boulder Pack and be the envy of the water-cooler crew.

When it comes to pocket knives, you have all the right to be picky. Whether you are opening a stubborn box or cutting your seatbelt off after a gnarly wreck, you want a knife that lasts. Fortunately the folks over at Benchmade recently released the 940 series, a S90V 3.5-inch blade folding knife that is up to the task.


Looking to throw a killer holiday party in New York? Check out Threes Brewing’s event space in Brooklyn. With tons of heady beer on tap and the atmosphere of… you guessed it, a brewery, it is hard to go wrong.

Three's Brewing

Jump on that new year’s resolution beforre the new year. If you have $3 to blow, we recommend checking out the app Full Fitness: Exercise Workout Trainer. Terrible name, indispensable product.