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.

Ferrari celebrates 60 years in the U.S. with ultra-exclusive model

Ferrari has been selling cars in the U.S. for 60 years, and to celebrate it will unveil a special-edition model in Los Angeles next month. Only 10 examples of the anniversary car will be built.

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Audi announces semi-autonomous car tech for urban traffic

Fully-autonomous cars may still be a way off, but Audi is planning something close. The German carmaker will introduce a system that allows cars to drive themselves at low speeds in urban traffic.

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Check your tire pressure via Bluetooth with FOBO Tire

FOBO Tire is billed as the world's first Bluetooth tire pressure monitoring system. It lets owners check their tire pressures from a smartphone, making this important maintenance task more convenient.

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Is Toyota planning a hotrod Scion FR-S with turbocharging and all-wheel drive?

the Scion FR-S generates plenty of rumors, but this is the best one so far. A new report claims the small sports car could get a more powerful, turbocharged engine and all-wheel drive.

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Tesla open to second collaboration with Toyota, Elon Musk says

Elon Musk says Tesla and Toyota could team up again, despite a less-than-ideal experience with the RAV4 EV and differing opinions on future technologies. Could the companies find common ground again?

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Tesla picks Nevada for its battery-making ‘Gigafactory’

After an intense five-state competition, Tesla Motors picked Nevada as the location for its first battery "Gigafactory." The massive factory will supply batteries for the upcoming Model III sedan.

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You can own Ian Callum’s gorgeous Jaguar Mark 2, if you’ve got the cash

Jaguar design director Ian Callum's reimagined Mark 2 sedan will go into limited production through Britain's Classic Motor Cars, which collaborated with Callum on the original build.

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