“We’ve been confronted with actors trying to sing, singers trying to act, and comedians doing both, so why not musicians trying to design, engineer, and produce their own cars? “
That’s how I lead off this piece for Hagerty that focuses on four cars designed, engineered, or otherwise brought to life by musicians. Whether it’s the go-go-80s energy of Giorgio Moroder’s wedge or Neil Young’s environmentally-conscious LincVolt, it’s fun to step outside the norm and see what these gearheads get up to when they’re not in the stereo.
I also talk about this story on an upcoming episode of the Unnamed Automotive Podcast, so make sure to check out that companion piece, too.