Bradley Iger

Bradley Iger

Relocating to Los Angeles after competing his undergraduate degree in Rhetorical Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, Brad translated his obsession with cars and background in information technology into a unique journalistic voice in the automotive realm, lending his efforts to MTV Networks, Winding Road Magazine, Autoblog, and others. When not behind the wheel, Brad can often be found standing too close to a dimed guitar amp, out on a cycling trail, or breaking something just so he can put it back together.

Digital Trends Team

Articles 67
Top Categories
Articles
Product Review

Abarth-tuned Fiat still impresses, but key rivals make a compelling argument

The marriage of Japanese engineering to Italian heart and soul reminds us that horsepower isn't the final word in performance. While the lightweight roadster impresses on the the road course, a lack of meaningful updates threatens to…
Product Review

Fiat’s revised 500 Abarth is an Italian thrill ride anyone can afford

We head to Streets of Willow with Fiat’s performance-tuned 500 to see what this diminutive hot hatch can do.
Product Review

Lamborghini’s V12 flagship brings the shock and awe for SVJ duty

High-tech active aerodynamics, trick steering, and good old-fashioned horsepower help to make this Aventador the most track-capable production Lamborghini ever.
Product Review

Aston’s stunning DB11 V8 Volante proves exotic cars aren't just about lap times

With the DB11 Volante, Aston Martin’s marriage of luxury and performance is perhaps at its best, offering hustle that doesn’t feel rushed and refinement with emotion still intact.
Product Review

Alfa Romeo delivers the quintessential Italian high-performance SUV

Alfa’s Romeo’s 505-horsepower sport utility delivers hair-raising straight-line performance, admirable capability in the corners, and head-turning style, but comes up a bit short in a few key areas.
Product Review

Hellcats get all the looks, but a cheaper Challenger holds its own on the track

With a wide footprint, track-tuned suspension, and a naturally-aspirated Hemi, the R/T Scat Pack Widebody proves to be the nimblest Challenger Dodge has built to date.