John Dickerson, Auto Reviews
Each month John Dickerson tests a worthy car. From smoking teenagers at stoplights to cramming groceries and small appliances into the trunk, Dickerson examines the features you actually care about, like how well a spilled mocha cleans off the upholstery. Dickerson was raised on industrial pollution, deer venison and American steel in Detroit, Michigan. His co-workers often find him in a trance, slumped over his keyboard, uttering words like “torque steer, horsepower-to-displacement ratio” and “nav system.”
Ford’s Pocket Rocket Won’t Rock Your Pockets…But It Will Spike Your Pulse
Just how do you describe your new $2.25 million car to your friends?
Falling in love with a stunning, beautiful Italian.
…Blow the Doors off a Ferrari
Hybrid-like mileage without cumbersome batteries.