Andrew Hard

Andrew Hard

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Andrew first started writing in middle school and hasn't put the pen down since. Whether it's technology, music, sports, or science, Andrew has always felt at home at the writer's desk. He graduated from the University of Oregon Journalism School in 2011.

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Bored with stock? The best tuner cars are begging to be modified

Modification has been around almost as long as the automobile itself. Here are 25 of the best tuner cars you can find, ranging from American muscle standouts to Japanese drift cars.
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Survive the apocalypse (or just a week off the grid) with these zombie-proof rides

From hardcore off-roaders to weaponized people-carriers, there are many vehicles out there that can take on the apocalypse. We’ve compiled our favorite zombie-proof rides to get you through the end of the world.
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Trucks, muscle, and futurism: 7 Detroit Auto Show rides we can’t wait to drive

The Detroit Auto Show press days have come and gone, and the reveals this year were quite diverse. Trucks, muscle cars, and high-tech concepts ruled the stage this year, and we’re counting down our favorites.
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These are the 20 best Porsches ever made

Porsche has been around for 86 years, and in that time, the German automobile company has produced countless cars fitting of the word "legendary." Here, we’re counting down the 20 best Porsches the brand has ever produced.
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Keep your hands on the wheel with the 7 best iPhone 7 car mounts

Smartphone car mounts are a dime a dozen these days, but that doesn't make them any less desirable. These five for Apple's iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are worth the money, whether you're looking for a mount for your car's window or the dash.
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Is there an Echo in here? Toyota, Lexus add Amazon Alexa to select 2018 vehicles

Toyota has announced that it will introduce Amazon Alexa into select Toyota and Lexus vehicles in 2018. It’s unclear which models will benefit from the change at first, but the brand promises more cars will offer the system in 2019.