My automotive journalism journey began in 2010. Back then, I thought driving supercars sideways while making clever jokes was the pinnacle of it all. It's not; this is about loving what you've got, having some fun with it, and talking to like-minded people. That's why I love sharing those crazy builds, those pointless drag races, and unrealistic renderings. I easily get excited about the latest sports cars and new interpretations of 80s classics, EV swaps, and expensive truck builds. Basically, I'm like that little kid who wants to know what's stronger between a muscle car and a stegosaurus.
Honestly not a bad-looking BMW
ID.2 GTI in 2026. ID.3 GTX in 2024, Golf GTI/R EV in 2028
Basically, he's into cars of famous people
It's no Delta Integrale
Hoonigan isn't Hoonigan any longer
Why is all the magic happening in 2026?
It's about $2,500 fully-covered per year
All small crossovers are beginning to look the same
Sell me this Lamborghini!
$400,000 for a fake '71 Cuda