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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First Detroit Electric SP:01 rolls off the assembly line

The Detroit Electric SP:01 electric sports car is rolling off the company's U.K. assembly line. Despite its name, Detroit Electric's sole model won't be built in the U.S., or sold here.
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See what Jaguar’s C-X75 supercar can do in the hands of an F1 driver 1:48

Formula One driver Felipe Massa recently got some seat time in the Jaguar C-X75 in Mexico City. The C-X75 will be the main "villain" car in the upcoming James Bond movie Spectre, opening Nov. 6
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Bentley Bentayga to get sideways at 'Power on Ice' event in Finland

The Bentley Bentayga will join the brand's "Power on Ice" driving event in Finland, where customers fling Bentley cars around on ice tracks. Time to put that all-wheel drive to the test.
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Formula One hopes an independent engine supplier will help cut costs

Formula One may add an independent engine supplier to support teams not already affiliated with a manufacturer. This could help lower costs for these disadvantaged teams, officials hope.
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'SkyActiv-R' may be the name of Mazda's next rotary engine

The Mazda Tokyo Motor Show sports car concept will feature a new rotary engine dubbed "SkkyActiv-R," according to a new report. There's no word yet on plans for production, though.
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Bentley’s Inspirator app designs cars by reading emotions 1:35

The Bentley Inspirator is a new app designed to help customers configure cars by using facial-recognition software to read their emotions. It's the slightly creepy way to design your perfect Bentley.
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Maximum attack: 2016 Nissan GT-R NISMO N-Attack coming to SEMA

For drivers looking to conquer the Nürburgring, the Nissan GT-R N-Attack Package will make its U.S. debut at the 2015 SEMA show next month. It will be offered through tuner Stillen.
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‘Consumer Reports’ slams Tesla for poor reliability, Elon Musk reponds

The Tesla Model S electric car lost its "Consumer Reports" recommendation after performing poorly in the magazine's reliability survey. Owners complained of a range of issues affecting the car.