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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Google expands its self-driving car program to Washington state

A Google self-driving car is set to begin testing in Kirkland, Washington, a suburb of Seattle. City officials lobbied hard to get Google to put some autonomous vehicles on its streets.
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Cadillac's ELR coupe isn't long for this world

A high base price turned the stylish Cadillac ELR coupe into a sales dud, and while the related Chevy Volt just got redesigned, Cadillac's extended-range electric car doesn't have a future.
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Exclusive: See Elibriea’s supercar concept stalk the desert 0:54

The Elibriea supercar concept shows off its one-of-a-kind looks in this new video. Elibriea says it will put this car into production, but you might want to hold off on that deposit.
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Matt LeBlanc isn’t just doing a Friends reunion, he’s also … hosting Top Gear?

Matt LeBlanc previously set the fastest lap time in Top Gear's "Star in a Reasonably Priced Car segment," and apparently that wasn't enough. He's been tapped to host the revamped show alongside Chris Evans.
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Ford takes a page from Ferrari, will screen potential GT buyers

Putting a Ford GT in your driveway won't just be a matter of money. Ford confirmed that potential buyers will have to go through a lengthy application process to determine if they are worthy.
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Jaguar Land Rover wants autonomous cars to drive like humans, not robots

Jaguar Land Rover is researching ways to make future autonomous cars drive more like humans. It will use data from actual human drivers to decide how self-driving cars should react to things like traffic and bad weather.
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Honda and Chevy celebrate at Daytona, while Ford goes home empty-handed

Despite plenty of pre-race hype, Ford went home from the 2016 Rolex 24 at Daytona empty-handed. Its shiny new GT was defeated by the veteran Corvette C7.R, while Honda took the overall win.
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Possibly running out of ideas, Jeep may revive the Wagoneer

Jeep is planning a surge of new models, and a revived Wagoneer could be among them. How this model will be differentiated from the previously-discussed Grand Wagoneer is unclear, though.