We've done a few "Ask Me Anything" (AMA) sessions on Reddit in the past. We had folks join us to ask questions, and it was nice to get to engage with some new audience members as well. Now we're going to host our own, live, right here on Autoblog, to get in touch directly with our core readers and users. We'll be live right here, for an hour beginning at 2:00 p.m. Eastern, to answer any burning, thoughtful or off-the-wall questions you might have about cars, the automotive industry or anything else you feel like talking about.
Got questions about the Bentley Flying Spur or Acura NSX we were driving this week? Wonder how we really feel about Elon Musk's leadership? Curious about our favorite off-roaders, track cars or daily drivers? Need some car buying advice? Wonder where to find the best pizza in the Metro Detroit area, or need some decent quarantine recipes? Fire away.
Maybe you're already a regular commenter. Maybe you're a long-time reader who hasn't had much to say. Maybe you're new to Autoblog and want to get to know more about us and what we do. Maybe you still don't have anything to say, but just want to read along. Either way, stop by and join us. On hand to answer your questions will be:
If you have specific questions for another staff member, shout them out, too. We can pass it along, or maybe rustle them out of whatever car they're driving or filming to answer you directly.
Again, we'll be going live right here, at this link, today at 2:00 ET / 11:00 a.m. PT. We look forward to talking with you.