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  • Mad Mike Is Building The Four-Rotor Hot Hatch That Mazda Won't
    by Bradley Brownell on January 20, 2022 at 12:00 am

    We aren’t even to the end of January yet, and we’ve got an early contender for cool car build of the year right here. Mad Mike, the rotary obsessed Mazda/Red Bull racer who builds cool shit down in New Zealand is back with another rotary-powered cool shit car, brought to our attention by our friends at The Drive. Who… Read more...

  • Winnebago Is Prepping Itself For The Electric Future
    by Bradley Brownell on January 19, 2022 at 11:00 pm

    Winnebago, yes that Winnebago, is jumping onboard the electric vehicle bandwagon in a big way. This week at the RV Super Show in Tampa, Fla. the company unveiled the e-RV, what it is calling the first all-electric zero emission motorhome concept. You can look at it and instantly tell that it’s Ford Transit-based,… Read more...

  • You Can Now Buy The Staten Island Ferry, Because Why Not
    by Andy Kalmowitz on January 19, 2022 at 10:30 pm

    Are you a little weird but also have a few hundred thousand dollars laying around? Well, have we got the purchasing opportunity for you — the Staten Island Ferry! Read more...

  • Subaru Once Offered The Best Factory Lighting Option Known To Humankind
    by Jason Torchinsky on January 19, 2022 at 10:00 pm

    There was a lot of excitement in the cluster of rusty, discarded FEMA trailers that forms Jalopnik’s world HQ about Hoonigan’s new Gymkhana car, styled to look like an ‘80s Subaru GL wagon. My first thought when I saw the car was, of course, to wonder if it had Subaru’s cyclopean Passing Lamp Some of our newer writers… Read more...

  • Oil Companies Blame The Tonga Volcanic Eruption For Oil Spill In Perú
    by José Rodríguez Jr. on January 19, 2022 at 9:40 pm

    Emergency cleanup efforts are ongoing along the coast of Perú after a reported 252,000 gallons of oil spilled into the South Pacific. The oil spill allegedly traces back to the Tonga volcanic eruption of January 15, but the Peruvian government nonetheless opened an investigation and could impose $33 million in fines… Read more...

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