Stephen Edelstein

Stephen Edelstein

Stephen Edelstein graduated from Clark University in 2011 with an M.A. in American History. He was the Editor in Chief of Clark's student newspaper, The Scarlet. Stephen enjoys all things historical, science-fictional, and transportation-related.

PSA Peugeot Citroën says fuel economy ratings don’t hold up in the real world

PSA Peugeot Citroën admitted that its cars' real-world fuel economy was much lower than the official ratings, after conducting an internal investigation involving 44 models across three brands.
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GM and NASA’s ‘RoboGlove’ may soon help factory workers fight fatigue

General Motors is licensing the "RoboGlove" technology it developed in concert with NASA to Swedish medical tech company Bioservo. The company hopes to use it to assist industrial workers.

Ferrari has big plans for its 70th birthday: 350 special-edition models

Ferrari will build 350 special-edition cars to celebrate its 70th anniversary -- 70 cars for each of its five current model lines. They'll debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show this fall.

Don’t call it a replica: Jaguar’s reborn XKSS to debut at the 2016 LA Auto Show

The Jaguar XKSS "continuation" model will debut at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show. The nine-car run will complete the original XKSS production run that was cut short by a fire in 1957.

Tesla second-quarter deliveries fell short of target despite production jump

Tesla says it is now producing cars at the rate of around 2,000 per week, and hopes to bump that up to 2,400 cars per week by the end of the year. It will need that pace to meet CEO Elon Musk's ambitious goal of 500,000 cars per week by…

NHTSA investigates Tesla after fatal crash while vehicle was in autonomous mode

Tesla Autopilot is under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in the wake of a fatal crash. The system is active on roughly 25,000 cars.

Faraday Future joins Formula E racing and will provide related technology

Faraday Future is partnering with Formula E team Dragon Racing. The Chinese-backed carmaker will provide both sponsorship dollars and technology, including components that will be used on production cars.

If you own one of these Honda or Acura models, stop driving now, Feds say

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is urging owners of certain 2001-2003 Honda and Acura models to stop driving their cars immediately, because of particularly dangerous Takata airbag inflators.

Gawk at the finest rides from this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed

The Goodwood Festival of Speed is a big motor sport party, and the cars that debut there are among the most exotic you’ll ever see. From Aston Martin to McLaren, we’ve got ‘em all right here.

Enthusiasm for self-driving cars varies by state, says Volvo

Autonomous cars are most popular in New York and California, and least popular in Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Texas, according to a Volvo survey. People in all states believe they should still be allowed to drive, though.