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Matt DeLorenzo

Contributing Autos Editor

Matt DeLorezno has been writing about cars since 1977 and is a former editor of Autoweek and the former editor-in-chief of Road & Track. A founding member of the North American Car of the Year jury, he has also authored a number of books, including Legendary American Cars, Corvette Dynasty, Modern Chrysler Concept Cars, 2005 Mustang, Volkswagen New Beetle, and an upcoming centennial history of Dodge.

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Ahead of its official launch in November at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the Porsche Macan SUV has been spotted during testing in Southern California. Details of this addition to the German automaker’s...
The look of the sixth-generation Chevrolet Corvette, better known as the C6, may not have grown old, but the people buying the car did. One study placed the average age of a Corvette owner at 59,...
The Aston Martin name is not quite 100, but the British company that builds the cars was originally formed in 1913, and so Aston Martin has spent the past year celebrating its centennial. The events...
Jaguar , thanks to its partnership with Land Rover, has long resisted the siren call to develop an SUV or crossover, concentrating instead on sedans, coupes, and sports cars and leaving more truck-...
Last year, Bentley introduced V-8 power to its Continental line for the first time in the Continental GT coupe and convertible. It has now tweaked the formula to offer a more powerful version that...
Even though its cars are quite contemporary in design, Volvo still struggles with its image as a builder of boxy cars. Hoping to put that old idea to rest once and for all, the Swedish automaker...
Unveiled 18 months ago at the Geneva Auto Show, the Infiniti Emerg-E concept is striking in appearance, and its significance as a road map to future design and product initiatives at the Japanese...
Mercedes-Benz continues to expand its product range—but rather than going after superpremium buyers with the likes of the Maybach, it is trying to add owners to the three-pointed-star fold. The first...
Three years ago, at the Paris Motor Show, Audi showed the Quattro Concept, a two-door, all-wheel-drive supercar commemorating the 30th anniversary of the first Quattro all-wheel-drive coupe. Although...
While Bugatti is cagey about a successor to the two-seat Veyron—rumors have the company thinking about another sports car instead of the Galibier sedan concept first shown in 2010—it continues to...

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