Auto journalist Ezra Dyer has thrown down the parking gauntlet on the Lincoln MKT in a battle for ultimate supremacy. Dyer fancies himself a fairly skilled parallel parker, and wanted to test his mettle against the self-park feature on the MKT. Armed with a tape measure, a video camera and a healthy distrust of all things mechanical, man squared off against crossover.
Automobile's Ezra Dyer has a knack for positing the most intriguing vehicular questions in an inimitable, screamingly hilarious style. Who else would send Hummer's junior-level H3T against Nissan's heavyweight GT-R, and why? "I want to go bash around in the boonies with a jacked-up truck before somebody decides that that sort of thing is really so much fun that it should be illegal" is the perfect answer to that question. If vehicles weren't in some way about fun, we'd all be lining up for covet
If you’re unfamiliar with Ezra Dyer’s meteoric rise in the ranks
of automotive journalism, all you need is a recent copy of Automobile in which his articles appear to know he
deserves it. Listen
to Jean Jennings, Automobile’s Editoress-in-Chief, faun over the young scribe. So far he’s written
about arriving at his high school reunion in a Ford GT, taking an SL65 AMG to the drag strip or this time hopping
behind the wheel of one Bugatti Veyron.
Though we’ve suffered