My Car Quest

May 23, 2022

The New Chrysler Airflow

If Chrysler (er, Stellantis) can get the Airflow into production soon, they have a winner. by Wallace Wyss -  Back in 1934, Chrysler became the first American automaker to incorporate improved aerodynamics into a car, ie. letting aero rule over … [Read more...]

Ford: An American Contender Reluctantly Enters the EV Arena

Editors Note: This article is preparation by contributor Wallace Wyss for a book tentatively entitled How Tesla Killed Detroit. Reader comments are welcomed. Mike Gulett by Wallace Wyss - There are a lot of parallels between the first … [Read more...]

Design Critique: 2022 Kia EV6

by Wallace Wyss - Used to be, SUVs were ugly except maybe the Range Rover. But the newest Korean EV from Kia is really bringing some new design cues to the SUV making it interesting... for an EV. Here's my scoresheet: FRONT A little … [Read more...]

Electric Vehicles: More Changes to Come

by Mike Gulett - It is inevitable that the internal combustion engine will soon be replaced with electric motors powered by batteries or maybe some vehicles will use hydrogen fuel cells depending on the application. In addition to this big … [Read more...]

GM Could Have Been The World Leader In Electric Car Technology

The 1966 GM Electrovair II Electric Car could have led GM to world leadership in electric vehicles today, instead... by Mike Gulett I know in 1966 no one was really thinking seriously about electric cars but yet General Motors designed and … [Read more...]

Detroit’s Only Course to Fight Tesla: The Chewing Off the Leg Gambit

by Wallace Wyss - There is a dynamic duo of Tesla super fans that's on YouTube with a show called Tesla Time News. They've posted hundreds of videos analyzing Tesla's growth. I don't know what stock price they got into Tesla with but suffice to … [Read more...]