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.

It won’t have tail fins, but Cadillac’s rumored convertible will have style

Cadillac is considering its first production convertible since the ill-fated XLR. The new model could be another prestigious two-seater, or perhaps a drop-top version of the ATS. Either way, it should be cool.

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Welcome to the family: BMW ‘initiates’ 2015 M4 with drifting challenge

Here's a good way to silence critics of the new 2015 BMW M4 coupe. BMW set up a course of other M-cars - including some belonging to customers - and set its newest tire-smoking creation loose.

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Will the next Aston Martin be the DB10? Or the DB14?

Aston Martin is choosing the name for its DB9 replacement, and has already trademarked DB10 through DB14. The new model could very well skip numbers, just as the DB9 did when it replaced the DB7.

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Next Mercedes-Benz S-Class could feature gesture-recognition tech

To maintain its tech dominance, Mercedes-Benz may equip the next-generation S-Class with gesture controls. This new feature won't appear until at least 2018, though, and may have a few ergonomic quirks.

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Peterbilt pony car: Ford Mustang may get 10-speed automatic transmission

The 2015 Ford Mustang's myriad updates and upgrades have given enthusiasts a lot to think about, but they may soon have to wrap their minds around a 10-speed automatic transmission.

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Lincoln’s next Navigator could follow the 2015 F-150’s lead with an aluminum body

The next Lincoln Navigator could borrow some tricks from the 2015 Ford F-150 to save weight, including an aluminum body. Will that be enough to make the Navigator stand out against its flashy rivals?

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Look out BMW: Cadillac’s ATS-V and CTS-V hot rods are on the way

Watch out BMW M, because Cadillac's Team America is on the way. The ATS-V performance sedan will reportedly debut at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, followed by the CTS-V in Detroit.

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No helmet required: Racecar-maker Dallara plans lightweight sports car

Legendary designer Gian Paolo Dallara and his company have built many great cars, but you probably haven’t driven any of them. Dallara can take credit for scores of successful racecars, from Indycar to Formula One. The company even worked on the…

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