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Brett Solomon has been covering the world of car electronics since 1993 as a true enthusiast. He was the Editor-at-Large of CarSound & Performance Magazine. More recently, he has written for the automotive trade, but he still loves the consumer! He is a member of the International Motor Press Association.

Could Nuance Dragon Drive Mobile give us talk-to-start?

Nuance Dragon Drive Mobile promises to bring the next generation of voice recognition capabilities to the car. Talk-to-start? Maybe not — yet. But soon?

Phinergy has plans for the future of long-range EVs

Phinergy has been experimenting with metal-air batteries that could mean big things for the future of EVs.

Exclusive: We try SYNC 3 in the new Mustang

Ford’s new SYNC 3 system seems to be the best infotainment of the bunch. I was able to try it out today in an actual Ford Mustang. Are you ready for this?

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Mighty mite: The not-too-many drive modes of MINI Cooper S

I was never big on selecting different drive modes. The wealth of selections on some cars can be overwhelming. Not so on the 2015 MINI Cooper S, thankfully.

Mazda and iRacing collabo to bring cup cars to the screen

Mazdaspeed partnered with iRacing to create a realistic racing simulation of the next Mazda Miata cup car, and it is too cool.

Mighty Mite: Reviewing the 2015 MINI Cooper S

The newest MINI Cooper S came to visit us with — unfortunately — an automatic transmission. But even that feature didn’t disappoint us too much.

New Audi Q7 doing it big at NAIAS

The 2016 Audi Q7 reportedly is the first-ever vehicle to be honored with the “Best Designed Interior” award at North American International Auto Show.

AAMP aftermarket technologies to help you drive safe

At CES, AAMP of America launched a new marketing and public information campaign called Drive Safe, Drive Connected.

Chevy claims the New Colorado will get you more pu**y

And now that I have your attention, yes, Chevrolet went there with a recent ad for the new Colorado.

Forget the new Volt — how about the Chevy Bolt?!?

The Chevy Bolt boasts a range of 200 miles. But is there more to it, or is it just a Sonic with no engine and a big-ass battery pack in its place?

McLaren, JVC-Kenwood bring the future of your dash to CES

A McLaren representative told us recently very cool things were going to be happening in the dashboard. “Watch this space.” JVC-Kenwood shows what he meant.

Scosche helping out new GM full-size SUV owners

New install kits introduced by Scosche at CES will make aftermarket stereo installation a breeze for owners of new full-size GMC and Chevrolet SUVs.

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