My Car Quest

January 28, 2022

Editorial: On Observing the Phenomenon of Elon Musk

by Wallace Wyss - Mea Culpa. I think that's Latin for "I'm guilty." And I am, of the sin of not recognizing a sea change in the auto industry that took place right in front of me. On my watch as it were. I've always been an internal combustion … [Read more...]

Editorial: What Do We Expect to See at a Concours?

by Wallace Wyss - I covered two concours back to back one week apart--Pebble Beach about 120 miles south of San Francisco and San Marino, about 350 miles to the south of Pebble Beach, both in California. What struck me was that San … [Read more...]

Editorial: The Need for a Corvette Hybrid

General Motors: Do it for America... by Wallace Wyss - I don't fly waving flags on my car but am eager to see American firms come up with a winner against some of those overly-vaunted oh-so-sophisticated Furrin' adversaries. After just … [Read more...]

Editorial: Rolls Royce Dawn and Wraith Fading Away

Come the Dawn...er, maybe not... by Wallace Wyss - Some things seem eternal. Like triumphant troops marching down Main Street after a war. But when I heard Rolls Royce is stopping importing the convertible Dawn and the two door Wraith … [Read more...]

Editorial: The Gloves Must Come Off

It's us or them in dominating the world's electric car market. by Wallace Wyss - At a recent meeting between China and the U.S. in Alaska, the Chinese used the phrase "the gloves have come off" and it's getting closer to revealing the long … [Read more...]

Editorial: Ford Bronco Follows Jeep Gladiator Into Dangerous Territory

by Wallace Wyss - When Ford Motor Company previewed the new 2021 Bronco they were secretive. Even confiscating reporters' cell phones but a lot good it did them--the pictures are all over the net. Among the features of the car, I was horrified … [Read more...]