Drew Winter

Editor-in-Chief, WardsAuto World magazine, Senior Editor, WardsAuto.com, WardsAuto

Drew Winter is Editor-in-Chief of WardsAuto World magazine and a Senior Editor at WardsAuto.com. He was won numerous awards for his work in both print and digital media and has been covering the auto industry since 1978.

Posts by Drew Winter

in Road Ahead Jan 23, 2014

New Ford V-6 Will Be Game Changer

New CGI block material speaks volumes about Ford’s ambitions....More
in Final Inspection Jan 16, 2014

Auto Bailout Critics Get Desperate

Equating the U.S. auto industry with the city of Detroit is nonsense....More
in Road Ahead Dec 19, 2013

Watch Out for Fluidic Sculpture 2.0

With a strong new design language in place, Hyundai now has all the elements it needs to begin its strategy of increasing the value of its vehicles....More
in Road Ahead Nov 08, 2013

Hyundai Sees Bright Future in Auto Steel

Ultra-strong advanced steel alloys are expected to give new vehicles such as the ’15 Genesis luxury car an edge in crashworthiness, weight and cost....More
in Road Ahead Oct 09, 2013

Aluminum Will Bury ‘Soda Can’ Image in 2014

Once Ford starts rolling out its massive marketing and training programs for the new F-150, expect it to finish the job Range Rover has started and....More
in Final Inspection Sep 06, 2013

The Most Comfortable Car Seats in the World

Continental and Mercedes are taking seat massagers to a new level with an electronically controlled system that uses 14 separately actuated air....More
in Road Ahead Aug 12, 2013

Light-Duty Diesels Ready for Prime Time

The only thing wrong with diesels is the technology was invented in 1893. If it had been developed by Elon Musk last year, Congress would be....More
in Road Ahead Jul 08, 2013

Google Will Not Become an Auto Maker

There is no business model that would make sense for any Silicon Valley company to start building vehicles, no matter how innovative. The product....More
in Final Inspection Jun 10, 2013

Dear Taxpayer: Your Auto Bailout Loan Is Repaid, With Interest

The auto bailouts were not speculative investments aimed at delivering a fat return to John Q. Public. They were designed to avoid an economic....More
in Road Ahead May 13, 2013

Semi-Autonomous Cars Surest Bet in Five Years

If you wager on where the automotive market is going, look at what will be required by future government regulations, what will be affordable and....More

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