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As BoldRide’s managing editor, George Kennedy helps bring forth his voice and perspective of the automotive landscape. Before joining the BR team, George was the senior writer at WheelsTV and was a feature writer for Hemmings Classic Wheels and the Boston Globe. He has also been an associate editor for Autoblog and Consumer Reports.

Reggie Bush Gifts His Mom a Bentley for Her Birthday


Reggie Bush has had a journeyman’s career, taking him from two-time Heisman winner in college to four teams in the decade that he’s been in the league. He might be nursing an injury at the moment, but apparently is not concerned about his financial situation, as he just bought his momma a brand-new Bentley.

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Pontiac Banshee: Killed by the Corvette


Before he founded the company that would bear his name and created the car that would become an iconic part of cinema, John DeLorean was a madman in a lab at Pontiac. He was responsible for the Pontiac GTO, and wanted to continue furthering the brand’s performance stature. He had his sights set on an incredible car called the Banshee. Too bad General Motors can be a hot mess at times.

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Jeff Gordon’s Career Wraps Up, But His Impact on NASCAR Carries On


Last night, Jeff Gordon completed NASCAR’s season finale at Homestead-Miami with a sixth-place finish. In doing so he wrote his final chapter as a full-time NASCAR driver. It’s the end of an incredible career, and what cannot be overstated is Gordon’s impact on the world of stock car racing.

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Why We Love the Original Fiat 124 Spider


This week, we tried to cover all corners of the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show, but no matter how hard we tried, we kept coming back to one car. The all-new Fiat 124 Spider is a retro-inspired little roadster that has captivated the automotive press. Why is this little ragtop with only four cylinders under the hood stealing all the headlines? Allow us to explain. Continue Reading »

2017 Cadillac XT5: 5 Things You Need to Know


This week at the Los Angeles Auto Show, folks stateside finally got a look at Cadillac’s newest crossover, the XT5. It is a bold new look for Cadillac’s grocery-getter, mid-size SUV and will need to hit all the right marks to continue being the American luxury brand’s best-selling vehicles. Here’s what you need to know. Continue Reading »

Hoverboards Illegal in NYC, Should Not Be Called Hoverboards


It had to be said—those small two-wheeled things that people whisk around on should not be called hoverboards. They don’t hover, and they are not a board. They are miniature Segways, and mercifully, in New York City, they are now illegal.

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Evoque Convertible Paves the Brave New World of Land Rover


This is the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Convertible, and while that certainly is a mouthful to say, you can’t say this isn’t a sharp looking SUV. The big question is, will people go for a convertible SUV?

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2017 Lincoln MKZ Shows Off New Look, 400HP Turbo V6


What a difference a nip-tuck makes. Prior to this week, the Lincoln MKZ was a forgotten car in a largely forgotten lineup. Were it not for the occasional McConaughey Lincoln ad or handsome MKC crossover passing by, we might have forgotten about Ford’s premium brand altogether. But looking at the 2017 Lincoln MKZ makes us think we were unwise to count them out so soon.

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Mercedes-Benz SL-Class Gets a Much-Needed Facelift


German automaker Mercedes-Benz has been on a tear when it comes to revamping its lineup, evolving impressive models, and rolling out showstoppers like the SLS Gullwing and AMG GT sports car. But it feels like the SL convertible had been put on the back burner. Well according to these new photos, the SL is forgotten no more.

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LA Auto Show: 4 Green Cars to Watch, and One Absentee


The 2015 Los Angeles International Auto Show is right around the corner, kicking off the domestic major auto show season. It is a chance for folks in the LA area to see the latest debuts from automakers. There will be vehicles that have debuted abroad making their American premiere, and there will be outright international unveilings. It is an exciting time for car fans.

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