New Porsche 911 RSR set for 2017 IMSA and WEC campaign

It’s been a big week for Porsche at the LA Auto Show: The company opened its brand-new Porsche Experience Center in Carson, California, which will become the new home of Porsche’s North American Motorsport group; it expanded its 2017 Panamera line to include two new models at the top end and bottom end of its range; and it showed off a brand-new 911 RSR race car.

Getting a Taste of the Porsche Experience in LA

Porsche is opening its newest Porsche Experience Center in Los Angeles this week in the hopes of bringing more than the avid car enthusiast into the German-sports-car fold. The 53-acre plot of land in Carson, California, just a few miles from LAX, is Porsche’s fifth Experience Center facility and only its second in the U.S. Porsche hopes the new Experience Center will offer fans of the brand, potential customers and their families, and businesses a place to experience the “core of the Porsche brand.”

Aston Martin Moves Toward an All-Electric Rapide S

You may not imagine James Bond peeling out in a silent car, but Aston Martin is looking to change that. The company that makes some of the most beautiful cars in the world is planning an all-electric version of its popular Rapide S. During a lunch with a collection of the top-tier auto journalists and executives…

The Lincoln Continental Makes a Comeback

At the New York Auto Show unveilings abound. One that was particularly special–and particularly controversial was the revitalization of the Continental nameplate by Lincoln, the beleaguered American luxury brand. I had a chance to check out the car before it hit the show floor and wrote about it for Yahoo! Autos. Check out my piece…

Dear Buick, Please make this…

After nearly perishing in General Motors’ bankruptcy, the Buick brand has come back to full health — but its lineup of SUVs and sedans tends toward the anodyne. That’s what makes the Avenir concept, sprung without notice at the Detroit auto show, such a surprise. Read more on the Avenir concept that made its debut…

Here’s What Automakers Think You Want

At the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, automakers brought out some of their best and brightest stars–and a few trends emerged. I returned to my video and television production roots to produce and edit this piece together as Yahoo Autos, Justin Hyde and Alex Lloyd take a quick look. Click here to see my work at…

VW updates its looks at the Detriot Auto Show

January is the start of Auto Show season–and 2015 didn’t disappoint. I traveled to the frozen north to check out some of the latest (and greatest) from top automakers around the world. First up–Volkswagen gets a new look. Check out my piece on Yahoo! Autos.

The New Volvo XC90 changes the cabin as we know it

The new Volvo XC90 gets ride of buttons (minus a few that are required) inside the cabin. It’s pretty innovative stuff from the company that was bought just a few years ago by a Chinese firm. Check out the story that I did for Yahoo! Autos, here.

Bentley’s most luxurious drop top

I traveled to Los Angeles to cover the LA Auto Show this fall and got a chance to get up close and personal with the all new Bentley Grand Convertible. Check out my story on Yahoo! Autos here.

The New Jeep Cherokee: Great drive, eh looks

When Jeep first announced their new Jeep Cherokee at the 2013 New York Auto Show, the reception its design received was….well….to put it lightly…a bit mixed. Jeep purists complained about the bent grill and the “squinting” headlights and Chryslers seeming disregard for the old-school boxy looks that personified the compact SUVs of the 90s. While…