A graying population, the fallout of climate change, and the degradation derived from yelling at adorable artificially intelligent coolers are just part of this fantasy/nightmare.
I have taken over the current issue of Autoweek with a pair of stories brought to you by the letter T.
The cover story on the amazing Ferrari GTC4lussoT, and a cool behind-the-scenes report on the secret product development room Henry Ford used over 110 years ago to develop the Model T.
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Whittell used to let his 300-pound lion ride shotgun with him in his Duesenbergs, and its claws would come out and put holes in the seat.
My latest feature for Autoweek. Click on the thunbnails above (and then click again) to read a crappy scan. Or just download the magazine yourself, you chintzy bitch.
My latest feature for Autoweek just happens to be this issue’s cover story, all about the forthcoming update to GM Design’s iconic Eero Saarinen-designed campus.
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My newest franchise launches today in Autoblog, focusing on two of my favorite (but decidedly separate) activities: cars, and cocktails. First up, exploring/debunking the apocryphal origin story of the enticing/disgusting mixture of Calvados and Dubonnet known as The Bentley.