Nick Jaynes

Nick Jaynes

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Nick Jaynes is the Automotive Editor for Digital Trends. He developed a passion for writing about cars working his way through Journalism School as a Volvo mechanic. In his free time, Nick enjoys hiking with his Treeing Walker Coonhound, Ruger.
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Smokescreen! Bisimoto’s 1,029-hp Honda Odyssey is a family-hauling burnout monster

Bisimoto has done what few have ever dared: squeeze 1,000+ horsepower from a Honda Odyssey minivan. Although the tuning shop hasn't given any performance specs, we don't care. It'll burn out like a madman and that's all that matters.
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First Drive: 2015 Subaru WRX STI

The 2015 Subaru WRX STI has faster throttle response, stronger brakes, and a stiffer suspension and chassis setup than ever before. Together with improved interior quality and space, the new STI has surpassed its former ‘rally car for the…
Cars

This insane-looking Lamborghini rendering makes the Huracán look like a Camry

The Lamborghini Sinistro Black Spec rendering concept by Thebian Concepts is a car we wish we could 3D print. What's under the hood? We don't know. If it were up to us, though, we'd spec the 740-horsepower 6.5-liter V12 from the Veneno.
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Devil reclaims his Corvette ZR1: Sinkhole swallows 8 cars at National Corvette Museum

Eight collectable Chevrolet Corvettes fall into a subterranean cave when a sinkhole forms in the Skydome at the National Corvette Museum. Was the Devil at work? Well, one of the automotive casualties was a 2009 ZR1 Blue Devil.
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Forbidden fruit: Honda’s ‘racing car for the road’ Civic Type R Concept coming to Geneva

Honda teases the Civic Type R Concept coming to the Geneva Motor Show. Try not to get too excited by this big-winged boyracer; it’s not coming to the U.S.
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Good news, Saudi Princes! McLaren’s 650S mid-range supercar coming to Geneva

McLaren’s all-new, mid-range supercar, the 650S, will debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. We had expected an entry-level McLaren, the P13, to debut. But I guess the British automaker saw room in the middle.