Joe Mahan

Joe Mahan

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Joe Mahan is an intern at Digital Trends working in the Cars section. He is currently a Junior at the University of Portland pursuing an Organizational Communications degree. In his spare time he enjoys working out, spending time with his friends, and working on his daily driver when need be.

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Production-ready Chevrolet Code 130R rendering is the baby Camaro we’ve always wanted

The Chevy Code 130R concept is a compact rear-wheel drive coupe that would be fuel efficient and an excellent addition alongside the Camaro and Corvette. Priced at around the $20,000 mark, the little Chevy coupe could directly compete with…
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The 2015 Corvette Stingray aims to knock down the 911 with a new eight-speed automatic

The 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray – along with the Z06 – will now feature an improved eight-speed automatic, shedding eight pounds over the six-speed. The transmission should also return impressive gas mileage and will decrease shift…
Cars

GCR’s CR-1 all-carbon-fiber trailer has the tech of an F1 car … and the price tag to match

Global Caravan Technologies introduces the CR-1, a 6,000 pound, 35-foot trailer that uses an all carbon fiber monocoque. The CR-1 will be production ready in early 2015, with a price tag of about $770,000 when fully loaded.
Cars

Is Subaru bringing back the WRX hatchback?

Rumor has it that Subaru is considering a hatchback version of the 2015 Subaru WRX. Engineering resources limit this rumor from becoming a reality and it is unclear when the car will launch.
Cars

The Aston Martin lifestyle is full of fine liquors, speakers, and women

Aston Martin paired with True Motion Pictures to create a vivid short film called "The Art of Vanquish". The film features a traveling man going wax philosophical on the journey a Vanquish provides, all while promoting luxury brands like…
Cars

2015 Subaru Outback is coming, so get ready for upgraded outdoor pursuits

The all-new Subaru Outback will debut at the 2014 New York International Auto Show on April 16th. The Outback will be based on the latest Legacy model, but provides a higher ride height and other off-roading enhancements.