Cadillac Secretly Revealed Its ’90s Future In 1988 With the Voyage Concept

Sometimes car companies give away more than they’re letting on when a concept car rolls out onto the stage at one of the world’s major auto shows. I’ve been putting together a series of features over at The Drive that explores forgotten concept cars that played a major role in… read more »

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What Did I Drive This Month? January 2015 Edition

January was a packed month, what with the Detroit auto show kicking off several weeks of travel and test drives. read more »

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Five Thoughts about the Auto Industry for May 6, 2011

It appears as though my pining for top-down weather was premature, as we have been walloped by rain for the last 5 days straight. Depressing, but productive from a writing perspective, and it has helped me keep my ear to the ground and find some interesting subjects for this week’s five thoughts about the auto industry. Let’s take a look at some of the more interesting stories from the automotive biz over the past week. read more »

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Dr. ColorChip Review – A Paint Chip Repair System That Works

My new Cadillac had spent its entire life in Florida – which is apparently the rock chip capital of the universe – because while most of the paint on Cadillac was in great shape, the front bumper, hood and quarter panels were a pastiche of chips and small scratches. read more »

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