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Jordan Schiefer

I love the trajectory of transportation. It's always fascinating to see the emergence of technology within vehicles, and how they compete. I have a tremendous appreciation for EVs and old British all-mechanical roadsters alike. My personal daily driver is a NC Miata, but hoping to add an EV to the mix soon.

Audi Q4 E-Tron: Out of Spec Reviews’ First Impressions

The Audi Q4 E-Tron is the dressed-to-impress vehicle sharing the MEV platform with the Volkswagon ID.4, Kyle puts it through some real-world driving scenarios, including highways, cities, and winding French hillsides. 

Jeep Wrangler 4XE: What’s with the E?

The overview. Well first of all, let me address the pronunciation. It’s “Four by E” rather than “Four ex E”. And the E…well it is...

2021 Jeep Wrangler 4XE: When Worlds Collide

If you had told John Willys that we would electrify the Jeep someday, he would be shocked, pun intended. I was equally shocked, and intrigued, at the idea of a PHEV Wrangler, so let me share my thoughts and feelings.

2021 Audi SQ5 Sportback: Sporty, Can Confirm.

Audi has already proven itself in a world of cars and CUVs, a staple of premium qualities and engaging performance. The SQ5 Sportback attempts to blur the lines between their sporty sedans and capable crossovers, and dare I say they’ve done it.

Lucid Air Customer Cars Rolling Off Assembly Line, Deliveries in October

Lucid is inching towards the reality of cars in customer’s hands. It has been a series of big news for Lucid Group, achieving record EPA numbers in their range metrics and receiving high remarks in press events. This week, the first customer-quality cars have rolled off the assembly line today.

2022 Zero S, DS, and DSR Updates Confirmed

Zero has just unveiled the details to the 2022 model year updates of their “older” lineup, including the S, DS, and DSR motorcycles. The release is earlier than normal, with shipping available now.

2021 Mazda CX-30 Turbo: Hot…Crossover?

The CX-30 strikes an interesting balance between two of the best selling types of cars on the market: a crossover and a hatchback. Now in its second year, Mazda brings a huge improvement: a turbo option.

2021 Ford Ranger Tremor: A Little Brawn

The infamous Ford F-150 is an incredibly capable truck, arguably more capable than most people need. That’s where little brother Ranger steps in. It presents a smaller, more maneuverable platform for those space-conscious individuals who still want a truck.

2022 Infiniti QX55: To Infiniti and Beyond

The QX55 goes beyond what the rest of the lineup showcases, especially with its striking and beautiful design. Read on to see what Infiniti has improved, and what is still stuck in the past. 

2021 Toyota Tacoma 6 Speed Manual: One of Two Manual Trucks...

Close your eyes but for a moment and imagine a time in the automotive kingdom, say almost three decades ago, when almost every American and Japanese manufacturer offered a basic, no frills, small pickup truck. They made no pretenses about refinement, passenger comfort, a smooth quiet ride, power, or any of the things modern car buyers take for granted nowadays.

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