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Erin Culver

Erin Culver began as a contributing writer in 2021. Her fixation with quality vehicle coverage began when she was researching her own car-buying choices, and it sparked a keen interest in learning more about the reliability and value of cars. She’s particularly interested in electric cars and the future of vehicles of all kinds.


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The interior of a C8 Chevy Corvette Stingray at a news conference in Tustin, California

Corvette C8’s Wireless Charging Is Useless

Although the Corvette C8 looks great on the outside and is still poster-worthy, a few features hold it back from its full potential. Perhaps the most disappointing part of the sportscar is its completely useless wireless charging feature, which you can learn more about below. 
A Nissan Leaf being charged in Maryland by Rep. Anthony Brown and CEO of Washington Area New Dealers Association John O'Donnell

Company Claims It Can Improve EV Range With These Special Parts

Electric vehicles have skyrocketed in popularity over the past several years, largely thanks to major technological improvements that have lowered costs. At the same time, EVs still have several limitations that have prevented their sales from growing even more. Perhaps the largest reason why EVs still lag behind is range anxiety.
The Lamborghini Countach at Knebworth House in Hertfordshire

Lamborghini’s Countach LPI 800-4: When Retro Goes Wrong

Companies know that nostalgia is a powerful tool for pulling at customers' heartstrings and making them more likely to purchase a product that offers a retro feel. Lamborghini attempted to hop on the retro bandwagon by releasing its Countach LPI 800-4 with much fanfare, but it ended up receiving a lukewarm response from the public.