All posts by Stephen Edelstein

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.

2017 Hyundai Ioniq electric, plug-in hybrid models to debut at Geneva

2017 Hyundai Ioniq electric, plug-in hybrid models to debut at Geneva

We last saw the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq last month, when the hybrid version was unveiled in Hyundai’s home market of

Consumer Reports cites quality issues with Tesla Model S

Consumer Reports cites quality issues with Tesla Model S

Consumer Reports has had a love affair with the Tesla Model S. It named the electric car best overall vehicle

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Apple CEO Tim Cook remains evasive on car project

One of the biggest automotive stories of the past year concerns a car that may not even exist. It’s Apple’s

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Economics will ultimately favor electric cars, GM vet says

Electric cars currently represent a very small portion of new-car sales, their numbers bolstered by government incentives and the enthusiastic

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Tesla Model 3 set to significantly increase Tesla’s market share (Analysis)

The Tesla Model 3 electric car will be unveiled next month, and there’s a lot riding on it. With an

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Electric cars will fuel an industry upheaval, NextEV U.S. chief says

Late last year, Padmasree Warrior was named U.S. CEO and global development chief for NextEV, a Shanghai-based startup that plans