After nearly ten years as Editor-in-Chief of Autoblog, today is my last day. In that time, I built this site by writing 5,961 posts, attending dozens of auto shows, driving countless cars and leading the greatest team of people who will forever be my friends. But I have decided that now is my time to move on and leave the site's exciting future in the capable hands of friends and colleagues I leave behind.
The first of many AOL Autos giveaways goes to a deserving pre-med student in Michigan
Earlier this year, AOL Autos announced we'd be giving away a 2012 MINI Countryman as the first part of a new program in we regularly rewards readers for their loyalty and steady readership. Here are the results of the MINI giveaway.
Students designing Technology Of The Year Award trophy
AOL Autos is gearing up to give out the inaugural automotive Technology of the Year award next year to the most innovative development in the industry that helps vehicles be more communicative from the road.
As kids, many of us were conditioned to develop an affinity for Bill Nye. Think about it. If you were watching his popular educational show Bill Nye The Science Guy it meant either one of two things: you were sitting at home enjoying a strong 90's-era lineup of after-school programming on PBS, or your science teacher didn't show up for class again and you were actually watching TV in school. Either way, you were happy.
Though many of us Autoblog would be shamed were we forced to submit our cars to be considered for RR of the Day, one of our colleagues has a ride he should be proud of. Today's RR of the Day is a 2003 Honda S2000 owned by a fellow AOLer, Chris Ciccone, who heads up the AOL Autos channel. Chris has spruced up his S2000 with mostly performance parts, but it's still a stunner in our eyes. The paint is stock Sebring Silver and the interior pops in a red so deep it looks wet to the touch. The stock e
This week, Nissan launched a new ad campaign to promote the upcoming 2007 Nissan Versa. The promotion centers around the faux-word, "autoclaustrophobia." Essentially, the fear of too little space within an automobile. Naturally, Nissan is seeking to trademark the word.