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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EPA may ask VW to build more electric cars

Volkswagen may be required to build more electric cars under an EPA mandate, according to a new report from a German newspaper. Would that be suitable penance for its diesel cheating?
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Koch Brothers plan multimillion-dollar campaign against electric cars

The Koch Brothers are reportedly planning a lobbying effort that will spend $10 million a year to campaign against electric cars. It's expected to target the subsidies that have helped boost electric car sales.
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Ford says its computer-controlled shocks help fight pothole damage

The 2017 Fusion V6 Sport has computer-controlled shocks that Ford claims can limit damage from potholes. They automatically adjust to limit the severity of impacts, the carmaker says.
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Chinese firm plans to unleash 1,030 hp turbine-electric supercar in Geneva

Chinese company Techrules has ambitious plans for the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. It says it will unveil a 1,030 horsepower electric supercar concept that uses turbines as range extenders.
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To make its LC 500h hybrid more fun, Lexus turned to an unlikely bit of hardware

The Lexus LC 500h hybrid set to debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show will use an all-new powertrain built for both performance and efficiency. To strike that balance, Lexus turned to an unlikely piece of hardware.
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Aston Martin Vanquish and Vantage replacements coming before 2018

Aston Martin will quickly follow up the launch of the DB11 with replacements for the Vanquish and Vantage, a new report says. Those models will arrive before 2018, and will use the DB11's new platform.
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First Aston Martin Vulcans delivered to owners at Yas Marina

The first Aston Martin Vulcans were delivered to customers recently, but Aston did more than hand over the keys. It gave owners some training on the Yas Marina race circuit in Abu Dhabi.