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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Chevy’s trashy Camaro IROC-Z may be the next big collectible, says Bloomberg

The Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z may be the next hot collector car, says Bloomberg. Despite lackluster performance and an unflattering reputation, this 1980s mainstay is increasing in value.
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Watch a Land Rover Range Rover Sport tackle an Alpine ski course

A Range Rover Sport tackled the legendary Inferno downhill ski race course in Switzerland, with former Top Gear Stig Ben Collins at the wheel. Collins reached 96 mph on the steep downhill grades.
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After many twists and turns, Toyota’s 2018 C-HR will appear in LA

The 2018 Toyota C-HR crossover will debut in U.S.-spec production guise at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show later this month. The model was first shown as a concept car back in 2014.
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The GT4 is the latest in a long line of Mustang race cars from Ford

The Ford Mustang GT4 replaces the Shelby GT350R-C as Ford's frontline Mustang race car. Unveiled at the 2016 SEMA show in Las Vegas, it was designed for a category of race car that's proving popular in the U.S. and Europe.
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Volvo set to shift production from Europe, build more cars in China

Volvo will soon build cars spanning its entire lineup at three plants in China, as well as existing European plants and a new U.S. factory. The S90 sedan will be the first model shifted to China.
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Ford, Chevy, and Dodge square off in Michigan police car showdown

Police cars from Ford, Chevrolet, and Dodge were pitted against each other in an annual test conducted by the Michigan State Police. Ford came out ahead in most tests, but also brought the slowest car.
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Ford's new driver-assist technology closes in on full autonomy

Ford is developing more driver-assist tech, including a rear cross-traffic alert system, and a system that can autonomously park cars. The Blue Oval's ultimate goal is to build cars that are fully autonomous.
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This Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid just set a land speed record in Utah

A Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid recently set a land speed record for production-based hybrid vehicles at Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats, hitting over 150 mph on the salt. It's a modified version of the car Hyundai plans to put on sale soon.
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Toyota’s Land Speed Cruiser is a 2,000-horsepower monster

Toyota usually brings something crazy to the annual SEMA show, and 2016 was no exception. Behold the Land Speed Cruiser, a 220-mph, 2,000-horsepower tuned version of the Land Cruiser SUV.
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No top, no windshield, just fun. Mazda’s Speedster Evolution concept is nuts

Mazda brought two customized MX-5 Miata sports cars to the 2016 SEMA show, included an updated version of the minimalist, lightweight Miata Speedster concept that rocked SEMA last year.
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Kia unveils 4 current models reimagined as autonomous concept cars at SEMA 2016

Kia debuted four concept cars at SEMA 2016. All are based on regular production models, but feature (hypothetical) autonomous-driving capabilities to show how the technology could influence car design.
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Chrysler’s SEMA concepts include modernized muscle car, bar on wheels

Fiat Chrysler Autommobiles (FCA) unveiled six concepts at SEMA 2016, including a reconditioned 1971 Dodge Challenger, a custom Jeep, and a Ram ProMaster van turned into a bar on wheels.