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 15, 2015

CD Players Not Dead Yet

The ability of the CD player, and the cassette player before it, to live long past their expected departure date should be a lesson to all technology....More
in Final Inspection Dec 10, 2014

Want More STEM Grads? Kill the Stereotypes

In India, top software engineers are considered as cool as top athletes. In the U.S., software engineers could not compete with badminton players in....More
in Final Inspection Nov 10, 2014

Is ’15 Ford F-150 Too Advanced?

When it comes to vehicles, lighter almost always is better. Whatever Ford did to the F-150 has made me a believer....More
in Final Inspection Oct 14, 2014

Don’t Underestimate Steel

The ’15 F-150 will be a success because it is a boldly engineered product with a fiercely loyal customer base, not because of what it’s made of....More
in Final Inspection Sep 10, 2014

Wised-Up Suppliers Expand for New Tech, Not More Volume

Even when running near 100% capacity, auto supplier margins are razor thin, so investing millions in new construction based on OEM sales projections....More
in Road Ahead Aug 08, 2014

Why 707 Horsepower Is Not Enough

Ford, GM and Chrysler still are racing to be green. They just plan to burn a little rubber on the way to the finish....More
in Final Inspection Jul 10, 2014

Barra Driving Change at GM

Under CEO Mary Barra, GM is the only one stepping up to change the conversation and fix the long-broken mechanisms for protecting consumers from....More
in Final Inspection Jun 09, 2014

Personal Responsibility Must Play Role in Auto Safety

Crash data show most deaths to motor-vehicle occupants are the result of drivers making mistakes or breaking the law, not defects, not Charles Manson....More
in Final Inspection May 22, 2014

Love Affair With Cars Is Moving, Not Fading

Wherever else in the world enthusiasm for cars and trucks is waning, China will more than make up for it....More
in Road Ahead Apr 03, 2014

U.S. Must Make Safer Cars, Not Wealthier Lawyers

What auto CEO will sign off on an autonomous car if he or she knows they could be thrown in jail for defects real or imagined?....More
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