Tropical Storm Agatha caused massive devastation beneath the streets of Guatemala, manifesting itself in a three-story deep sinkhole. Given the earth could open up underneath you at any moment, what car would you drive through Guatemala?
A sinkhole is an unpredictable and utterly terrifying natural phenomena that occurs all over the world and right now they're forming in Guatemala.
Personally, I'd pick a Caterham R500 to traverse the dangerous streets of Guatemala City. The insane 2.0-liter Ford-powered roadster has classic Caterham agility to avoid sinkholes, 520 hp-per-ton power to speed away from an earth opening beneath your feet, a low 1,115-lb weight to help leap over any obstacles, and an open roof in case you can't do any of those things and need to bail in a hurry. It's not strong or big or luxurious, but my belief is I'd rather try to avoid a sinkhole than try to survive one.
Assuming you were airlifted in to the country with a vehicle of your choice — what would you take and what would your strategy be for avoiding death?
(QOTD is your chance to answer the day's most pressing automotive questions and experience the opinions of the insightful insiders, practicing pundits and gleeful gearheads that make up the Jalopnik commentariat. If you've got a suggestion for a good "Question Of the Day" send an email to tips at jalopnik dot com.)
More photos of the sinkhole over at Gizmodo.