E.C.D. Automotive Design Modernizes the classic Range Rover

E.C.D. Automotive Design, formerly known as East Coast Defender, changed its name because of this vehicle. The problem is that the Defender market is quickly becoming saturated, at least here on the Boston area. Old ones are constantly being overhauled and new old ones are constantly being imported. And then …

Quick Spin: Zenos E10S – British Track Day Option now in the Colonies

Zenos is the brainchild of some people who once worked at Caterham and Lotus. They decided to start their own car company, probably with blackjack and hookers, and the E10 was their first vehicle. But then some financial problems came up and the production has stopped. Since then Zenos has …

Mystery Car

Happy unofficial start of the summer weekend! Those of us in the northern section of country can now officially open our swimming pools, grill some dead animals, and wear khakis without judgement. And we can also drive with the top down and not totally freeze.  Top-down driving is the theme …

Mystery Car

Last week’s Mystery Car was identified pretty quickly by mdharrell. Special credit should be given because it was an obscure French military vehicle that few people have actually ever seen. The fact that I used a picture that I found on the internet made it somewhat easier. Good job! But that …

Quick Spin: 2018 Volkswagen Passat 2.0T SEL Premium

There’s a problem with mid-size sedans. They’re not selling. Seriously, no one is buying them. Everyone wants an SUV these days. It’s so much of a problem that Ford, a huge automaker by any measure, gave in and decided “hell, let’s just not make any ‘cars’ for the U.S. market”. …

Spy Shots: Rolls-Royce Cullinan – The SUV of those who find the Phantom too small

If you think Rolls Royce making an SUV is a blasphemy, you’re wrong. Rolls-Royce has been making SUVs for decades, it just that they were all disguised as cars. That is quite opposite from a modern cross-over vehicle which is a car disguised as a utility vehicle. If you don’t …