Alex Kierstein is Senior Editor at Autoblog. As he gets older, his taste in cars and trucks has gotten decidedly more eccentric, so don’t be surprised if you find his Twitter feed full of obscure Japanese kei cars and classic Volvo rally cars. Alex started out at Turn 10 Studios working on the Forza Motorsport franchise, and then spent a few years with Road & Track’s online operations as Managing Digital Editor. He joined Autoblog in 2015.
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An unusual idea that could be a great solution for some people.
This Mustang would be cool even without the Bullitt connection
Luxury, meet power.
An indulgent combination for convenience-oriented campers.
Handling and cosmetic upgrades keep the hot-selling three-row fresh.
The Vanquish S replacement is a very modern gran turismo offering
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A Japanese car magazine has all the details
A camouflaged prototype will charge the hill.
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We get it – we're a little sick of getting a few years of assurances that Mazda's much-anticipated diesel engine is just around the corner. First, it was going to go in the 2014 Mazda6. More recently, Mazda told us it'd first land in the CX-5 – and in fact, there's a part of the Mazda USA website devoted to the diesel crossover, which makes it seem more legitimate than previous pronouncements. But the fact of the matter is, there's some unforeseen hiccup in the government approval pr
Aston Martin has pulled the wraps off the DB11 AMR, and the fact that it's just what we expected it'd be shouldn't diminish the impact of this ultimate (for now) DB11. But, if you're not down with AMR, a quick backgrounder for you: Early last year, Aston launched the Vantage AMR Pro and the Rapide AMR, the first salvos in a full broadside of AMR models that will encompass the entire range. There are two AMR subdivisions — AMR is handled by Aston's main design and engineering teams, while t