The Evening Rush Jan. 8, 2016
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.
Flyin’ Miata has plans to build a V8-powered MX-5 ND, and we are beyond excited. The Colorado-based company will cram either an LS3 of LT4 into the the tiny sports car.
In other aftermarket performance news, Callaway claims its latest Camaro will come with a ungodly 600 horsepower and maintain a factory warranty from GM. Surprisingly, Callaway says pricing will start at a reasonable $54k.
Mobileeye has debuted technology at CES that will supposedly help reduce collisions among trucks and buses in areas defined as crash-prone.
When you are out in the wilderness, you are most likely going to want to charge some sort of device. The Goal Zero Nomad 7 Plus is an elegant, compact solution, delivering solar power to all your devices.
Coolers are beautiful things. You can sit on them, stand on them and… keep things cool. However, not all coolers are created equal. The Yeti Tundra 65 rises high above the rest with extreme durability and the ability to keep things cold for days on end.
Are you in the New England area? Drop everything and head to Lime Rock Park for some winter autocross sessions. Lime Rock will be hosting sessions several times throughout the winter, and they start this weekend.
If you find yourself in southern California at any point, head on over to Green Flash Brewing Co. in Poway, Calif. With a great selection of beers and awesome tap room, you are bound to have a grand time.
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