Miles Branman

Miles Branman

Miles Branman doesn't need sustenance; he needs cars. While the gearhead gene wasn't strong in his own family, Miles discovered a passion for cars from an early age thanks to a friend whose father collected rare and exotic vehicles. His enthusiasm was stoked during his time at Boston University, when he started writing for Fast Lane Daily. After a short career in marketing for Northeast tech startups, Miles returned to California, and his primary passion: automotive. He has built and raced a Spec Miata (because racecar), loves compact hatchbacks and supercars equally, and can recognize a vehicle from 1,000 feet away by its taillights.
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Cars

Our favorite crossovers blend car capability with SUV utility

Crossovers are the hottest-selling vehicle segment, and that means the market is packed with great options. From frugal subcompacts to high-performance and luxury models, these are the best crossovers available.
Product Review

These hips don’t lie: the Hellcat Widebody gains grip at no cost to comfort

With competitors closing in on the Hellcat’s power, Dodge fires back with the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody. Wider tires and a stiffer suspension help the Hellcat fight the Mustang GT350 and Camaro ZL1 on their home turf: the…
Product Review

Aston’s reawakened DBS pummels with torque and pampers with luxury

Aston Martin’s new DBS Superleggera assumes the mantle of flagship model, succeeding the beloved Vanquish S and taking Ferrari’s 812 Superfast head-on. The rear-drive coupe boasts phenomenal power, sultry design, and long-haul comfort…
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Jaguar's stealthy Sportbrake totally reinvents the (wagon) wheel, and we love it

Though SUVs were once responsible for the demise of wagons, their overwhelming popularity may now be the cause of a wagon resurgence. To compliment its growing SUV lineup, Jaguar re-introduces a long-roofed XF to rival Mercedes-Benz’s…
Product Review

Many cars will make your commute comfy. This one will make it an experience

The GT C is the hottest drop-top in Mercedes-AMG’s portfolio. How does the 550-hp sports car stack up against other topless terrors like the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet? Read our 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster Review to find out.
Cars

The Cullinan is truly the Rolls-Royce of SUVs

At a private event in Los Angeles, CA, Rolls-Royce showed off its first-ever SUV. Built for wealthy families or height-inclined executives, the Cullinan is a groundbreaking model for one of the most esteemed brands on earth.