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.
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Tesla upgrades factory in anticipation of Model 3

The Tesla Model 3 will start production next year, and Tesla is already upgrading its California factory for the job. It hopes to add enough capacity for 500,000 cars per year by 2020.
Cars

Not your mom's minivan: Chrysler reinvents the Pacifica as an apartment on wheels

Chrysler tried to fight crossover creep with a complete redesign of its minivan, even giving it a new name, Pacifica.
Cars

Worried about car hacking? FBI and DOT offer safety tips

As cars become more connected, they also become more vulnerable to hackers. Here's what the FBI and DOT say you can do to help protect your car, and what to do if you think your car has been hacked.
Cars

F101: Everything you need to know about Formula One

When it comes to racing, Formula One is the cream of the crop. From qualifying and pit stops to drag-reduction systems and power units, here’s everything you need to know about Formula One racing.
Cars

Jaguar XJ tries to evade a drone in Hollywood-style chase

A Jaguar XJ luxury sedan tries to evade a skillfully-piloted, camera-equipped drone around a Chinese racetrack, with a Hollywood stunt driver at the wheel. This should be interesting.
Cars

Aston Martin teams with Red Bull Racing on radical hypercar

The Aston Martin AM-RB 001 will be the most visible result of a partnership between Aston and the Red Bull Racing Formula One team. It's a new hypercar that will be designed by both entities.
Cars

Honda follows the restoration of the first car it sold in the U.S.

Honda is releasing an online video series documenting the restoration of the first car it sold in the U.S., a 1969 N600 that's been rotting away for decades. It's an important piece of automotive history.
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ISIS progressing with work on driverless car bombs, security analyst says

ISIS may soon use self-driving cars to deploy bombs, a security analyst says. Video of an ISIS-developed remote-control car first surfaced in January, and there is concern the group will use driverless cars as weapons.
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Scion makes last auto show appearance with tC Release Series 10.0 in New York

The 2016 Scion tC Release Series 10.0 will debut at the 2016 New York Auto Show as the last new Scion ever. It's a version of Scion's perennial bestseller, and the only model that won't become a Toyota after Scion dies.