Stephen Edelstein

Stephen Edelstein

Stephen is a regular contributor to the cars section at Digital Trends. He’s been obsessed with cars since long before he could see over a steering wheel, building up an encyclopedic knowledge of all things automotive. He began his career in journalism as the editor in chief of his college newspaper, and has gone on to write for multiple publications on a range of automotive topics. He keeps an eye on the future of electric cars and connectivity, but maintaining an ample appreciation for what made cars great in the first place, from good old-fashioned horsepower and speed to motor sports. If he’s not in front of a computer pounding out a story, Stephen is usually traveling the country driving the latest cars. He’s also an avid photographer, always searching for the perfect combination of stylish car and scenic photo location.

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Most EV buyers have no regrets about going electric, AAA survey says

Many are still unsure about electric cars, but those that take the plunge tend to be happy with the purchase.
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Where we’re going, we don’t need steering wheels, Cruise believes

Cruise Origin is the first purpose-built self-driving car from General Motors' autonomous driving division.
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Electric SUV co-developed by Subaru, Toyota may not appear until 2025

Subaru and Toyota are partnering on an electric SUV, but Subaru says it may not appear for several years.
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The most reliable cars of 2020

Cherry-picking a used car from our list some of the most dependable available will help you avoid a lemon.
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Lucid Motors will finally unveil the production version of its electric car in April

Lucid Motors will finally unveil a production-ready version of its 1,000-horsepower electric car in April in New York. The electric car -- the Lucid Air -- was first seen in prototype form in 2016.
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How lane departure warning and lane keep assist keep you on a straight path

Lane keep assist and lane departure warning systems help keep drivers on the straight and narrow, but how does it work? We'll steer you through the ins and outs of lane-keeping tech in this primer.