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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Italian government offering Lamborghini $111 million to build an SUV

The Lamborghini SUV still needs to be green-lighted for production, but the Italian government may sweeten the deal with incentives for a new factory near Lambo's headquarters in Sant'Agata Bolognese.
Cars

Will Ford’s furious F-150 Lightning truck make a comeback?

The Ford Lightning performance truck has been out of showrooms for over a decade, but with Ford preparing a blitz of new performance models, there's no reason it can't make a comeback.
Cars

Porsche electric and fuel-cell cars on the way?

Porsche patent applications show designs for both battery-electric and hydrogen fuel-cell powertrains that could be used in the upcoming "Pajun" mid-size sedan. It's the latest in a series of hints that Porsche is going electric.
Cars

Jaguar’s next SUV could be the Range Rover-based J-Pace

We're still waiting to see the Jaguar F-Pace for the first time, but Jaguar may already have another SUV model in the works. The larger J-Pace would be based on the range Rover, and compete with Mercedes' GL-Class.
Cars

Aston Martin DB10 and Jaguar C-X75 get sideways on the set of ‘Spectre’

The Aston Martin DB10 and Jaguar C-X75 strut their stuff in this behind the scenes video for the new James Bond movie "Spectre," showing crews filming a car chase through the streets of Rome.
Cars

SVX: It’s not a Subaru, it’s Land Rover’s new off-road performance sub-brand

Land Rover already has its SVR performance and SVAutobiography luxury sub-brands, but it's plotting to add a third. The SVX badge would be used for models with enhanced off-road capability.
Cars

From Le Mans to the street: Next Nissan GT-R could get race-derived engine

Few people can genuinely say they have a racing engine under the hood, but could that be the case with the next Nissan GT-R? Designer Ben Bowlby says his GT-R LM NISMO's engine could wind up in the road car.
Cars

Bentley considers a second SUV to follow the Bentayga

Bentley bosses are open to the idea of a second SUV that would be smaller than the already-confirmed Bentayga, and could feature coupe-like styling like the BMW X6. Maybe we should see the Bentayga first, though.
Apple

Will Apple bring a human touch to future navigation systems?

Apple recently filed a patent application for a "humanized" navigation system, intended to make directions easier understand. The proposed system would use visual descriptions to guide drivers.
Cars

Jaguar’s 2017 XE lets owners choose between a thrifty diesel and a sporty supercharged V6

The 2017 Jaguar XE won't arrive in the U.S. until next year, but Jaguar is already discussing some important details of the new model - including which engines will sit below that aluminum bonnet.