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Thomas Langenbucher ecomento.comThomas Langenbucher (Editor-in-Chief) As editor-in-chief, Thomas calls the shots for ecomento. Working within the industry – including stints at smart and Mercedes-Benz – made it clear to him that the web misses a consumer-oriented outlet concentrating on the rapidly evolving technology powering modern cars and changing mobility trends. ecomento plugs that hole. Contact Thomas »
Stephen-Edelstein-ecomento.com_Stephen Edelstein (Contributor) Stephen’s obsession with cars is almost too hard to quantify. From the latest electric car to the classics, he’s interested in anything with four wheels. When he’s not writing, he can be found searching the Internet for a car he hasn’t seen before, or reading a good book. He has a Master’s Degree in History from Clark University. He currently lives in Connecticut.
Steve-Hanley-Writer-ecomento.comSteve Hanley (Contributor) Steve is a car nut and Formula One addict who occasionally drives his Mazda MX-5 on track at HPDE events. He has been known to drive 12 hours to Nova Scotia for a weekend just to see the lupins in bloom. He writes about automobiles, technology and travel from his home in Rhode Island.
Gavin-Stafford-writer-eocmento.comGavin Stafford (Contributor) Like most Australian males, Gavin Stafford has always considered cars an indispensable part of life and culture. He views the current, global transition to electric vehicles as inevitable if not always exciting. He has lived in densely populated Hong Kong, China since 1998 but will probably never lose his nostalgia for long, lonely highways, old cars and loud, throaty exhaust notes. Favourite car that he simply had to let go: 2001 Renault Clio V6.
Richard Lane ecomento.comRichard Lane (Contributor) Richard is a London-based automotive journalist specialising in future mobility and sustainable design. Having fallen for cars because of the virtues of a particular German flat-six, it’s what we’ll all be driving next that now interests Richard most. Dream garage: Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior and a Detroit Electric SP:01.
scott huntington ecomento.comScott Huntington (Contributor)
Scott Huntington is a auto-geek, writer, and blogger from Pennsylvania. Follow him on Twitter @SMHuntington or check out his blog, offthethrottle.com.
Amir-Iliaifar-ecomento.com_Amir Iliaifar (Contributor) Amir Iliaifar spends most of his time covering the ever increasing cross-section between green technology and automobiles. When he’s not out reviewing the latest car and car tech, Amir can be found waking up at ungodly hours of the morning in order to watch his beloved football club: Arsenal F.C.
Davis Adams ecomento.comDavis Adams (Contributor) Whether you’re talking about gadgets or cars, Davis always seems to prefer “next year’s models.” He’s a neophile to the core, and he spends much of his time following the automotive industry’s upcoming products and launches. When he’s not reviewing the newest stuff on the roads, Davis can be found running with his dog, Benny, hiking in the North Georgia mountains, or kickboxing in his MMA studio. Davis is a resident of Atlanta.

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