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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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Lamborghini is issuing yet another limited edition version of the Gallardo, this time recognizing its motorsports effort with a street going version of the Super Trofeo race car called the Squadra...
Using the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance as a backdrop, General Motors’ luxury division unveiled a new concept coupe that foreshadows an all-new rear-drive flagship line that could appear within...
Mercedes-Benz had barely taken the wraps off its new S-Class before it also announced the high-performance AMG version of the flagship sedan. Usually, a manufacturer will introduce a new model and...
This month at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the world’s fastest plug-in hybrid vehicle, the Porsche 918 Spyder, is set to officially debut. It will also be one of the most expensive dual-drive vehicles...
Driving enthusiasts long have questioned BMW’s lack of an M variant of the 7 Series sedan—a high-performance version of the flagship to rival the Mercedes-Benz AMG S-Class. Drivers who wanted such a...
A variant of Jaguar’s new F-Type roadster, called Project 7, was developed as a way to pay homage to the marque’s seven victories at Le Mans between 1951 and 1990. The vehicle, only one of which was...
When the 100th anniversary of Aston Martin was celebrated in July with a display at London’s Kensington Gardens, much of the focus was on cars ranging from the earliest production models to the DBR1...
Lincoln has embarked on an ambitious program to remake itself, turning away from such traditional fare as the full-size Town Car and banking on a new generation of midsize cars and crossovers with...
When BMW unveiled the Pininfarina Gran Lusso Coupe at the Villa d’Este Concours, it represented a change in direction for both the famed Italian design house and the German automaker. For Pininfarina...
The introduction of the Maserati Ghibli next year will mark the first time that the Italian automaker has two four-door models for sale at the same time. This midsize sedan to the venerable...

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