Rent an RV from this new startup right from the airport with all costs included

From the airport to the great outdoors.


Americans are vacationing differently this year, and to no one’s surprise, that includes way more RVs — they’re social-distancing-friendly, after all, amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Blacksford aims to try and make the process even easier. The startup company announced this past Friday that it had launched its first rental hubs, and something that makes the company stand out is its integration with airports. Right from the Las Vegas or Bozeman, Montana, airports, Blacksford has a fleet of Mercedes-Benz Sprinter RVs from Winnebago ready to go.

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You can buy the first Faraday Future FF 91 prototype

Who wants a high-performance EV prototype?

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Faraday Future’s had a rough go trying to put the FF 91 into production and into the hands of buyers. But that’s a totally different story.

Today’s story is for someone ready to own a seriously obscure car. Listed for auction is the very first FF 91 prototype — the exact car that Faraday Future ran at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb three years ago. It not only completed the daunting hill climb, it set a record that year for quickest the electric car to run the course.

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Watch the 2021 Ford Bronco and Jeep Wrangler Rubicon climb back-to-back

We want to know how the 2021 Ford Bronco outright compares to the Jeep Wrangler when it comes time to ditch paved roads. It’s perhaps one of the biggest questions on the minds of everyone thinking about bringing a Bronco home next year.

Now we have our first taste of how the two behave back-to-back. In new video published to the Bronco6G forum Monday, and embedded above, we see the trusty Wrangler and Bronco climb the same sharp rock incline. The person responsible for shooting the video also points out the wheelbase and various specs to give us a better

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Hyundai Elantra GT, GT N Line head to the automotive graveyard

See ya later, Elantra GT.

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It’s the end of the line for two European-centric Hyundais sold in the US. The Hyundai Elantra GT and GT N Line will be no longer for 2021.

Hyundai confirmed both models will bite the dust in its 2021 vehicle updates and the rationale is pretty blunt. The Elantra GT doesn’t serve much of a purpose any longer now that the Hyundai Venue and Kona exist. Both are far more appealing to US buyers looking for some SUV flair.

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