The Oscar Mayer Wienerfleet in detail
Oscar Mayer expands the Wienerfleet
Contrary to popular belief and the song that's now going to be stuck in your head the rest of the day (you're welcome), not everyone loves an Oscar Mayer wiener. But everyone, bar none, loves the Wienermobile. And that's why we're so happy to see that Oscar Mayer has expanded its fleet of wiener-inspired vehicles.
Click on the image above to see what's old and what's new at Oscar Mayer. And look for these crazy contraptions in a city near you.
The Classic Wienermobile
The Wienermobile that we all know and love is in its tenth generation. With a payload of 27,000 hot dogs, this wiener can carry an amazing number of sausages. But it's also got seating for up to six occupants.
Power comes from a mid-mounted 6.0-liter V8 engine.
The Micro Wienermini
The Wienermini, quite obviously, is built atop the chassis of a Mini Cooper. It can surely go places the larger OG-Wienermobile simply can't due to its massive dimensions.
Power comes from a 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbo engine, and it can seat two occupants.
The Remote Wiener Rover
Then there's the Wiener Rover, which, despite its name, was not built to introduce Martians to the joys of processed meats. Instead, this remote-controlled wiener on wheels can carry up to six hot dogs, plus ketchup and mustard.
Plus, it's quite adept at flying through heavy-duty off-road courses.
The Two-Wheeled Wienercycle
The third new wiener is a Vespa scooter in orange and yellow with a wiener-shaped sidecar. Here's hoping those wieners don't stink of two-stroke.
With 8.5 horsepower, don't expect to see this orange and yellow two-wheeler hitting the highway.