Nick Jaynes

Nick Jaynes

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Nick Jaynes is the Automotive Editor for Digital Trends. He developed a passion for writing about cars working his way through Journalism School as a Volvo mechanic. In his free time, Nick enjoys hiking with his Treeing Walker Coonhound, Ruger.

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A deal with the devil is worth it to land Lamborghini's demonic Aventador SV

To create the Superveloce, Lamborghini stripped the "ordinary" Aventador of 110 pounds and bolted up a new nose, a rear wing, and added 50 more horsepower. While the result might be more torture device than car, it’s perhaps one of the…
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Bentley takes bespoke to your torso with these Savile Row driving jackets

As a part of the 'Savile Row and America: A Sartorial, Special Relationship' event held at the British Ambassador's Residence in Washington D.C., Bentley commissioned four Savile Row houses to create some bespoke driving jackets. All, of…
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Like Liz Lemon, Honda’s 2016 Pilot comes close to ‘having it all’

The 2016 Honda Pilot is now a sleek and no longer boxy, reliable family runabout. Though it might fall down in the piloted driving tech realm, it will quickly charm drivers with a comfortable ride, easily accessible, well crafted and hugely…
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The sun rises on Rolls-Royce’s new drophead convertible, dubbed ‘Dawn’

Rolls-Royce announced today that its newest drophead model (Brit for “convertible”) will be called ‘Dawn.’ Beyond the name and its release date, however, Rolls isn’t giving up any more details.
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Digital Trends 2015 Car of the Year Awards

Digital Trends scoured the global market of new cars and awarded the best in the world in five different categories, along with the best infotainment system and engine of 2015.
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No, that’s not a reject Transformer; it’s Honda’s Concept D

Honda’s Concept D debuted in Shanghai this week shows the design direction for the forthcoming, Chinese domestic market full-size SUV of the future. What’s under the hood, we don’t know. All we do know is that it’s distinctive.