Justin T. Westbrook
justintylerwestbrook
Staff Writer, Jalopnik
10/3/19
2:54 PM
2

Start a car crushing business. Seems to be trending. (You won’t even need the license endorsement.)

10/3/19
2:52 PM
13

I used to drive by a Cobra helicopter parked in the yard of some National Guard building on a seemingly random North Carolina back road when returning from the beach. You come around the corner and there’s an airship pointed at you--pretty cool after you shit your pants the first time. 

9/30/19
3:38 PM
7

I have seen the Rivians, three “models” now (blue, silver truck, green SUV), and multiple companies have dumped billions into the company, which already has a factory. Read more

9/30/19
11:09 AM
5

You absolutely should. I particularly like it on the base model that comes with some black exterior trimming that reduces the visual wait of the car nicely:

9/26/19
2:19 PM
4

He didn’t have any on his phone! But he got all the Subaru staffers to vouch for him. I guess I have to follow up. 

9/26/19
10:35 AM
37

My thinking is, at the end of the day, it’s a Subaru. It’s never going to hold crazy value, I don’t think. It’s the ultimate WRX, a car that’s meant to be an accessible performance car, built by people who want you to drive it. Don’t think too much about it. 

9/26/19
10:34 AM
9

If everyone is special, no one is. (*I do not necessarily support this outlook as a rule of life. I am not a libertarian.)

9/26/19
10:32 AM
29

This guy, Hirakawa, is the outgoing President of STI and is incredibly charming and nice and badass. He came on this trip just because he was in charge when the S209 was in development. I don’t think he had to be there, but I’m glad he came. Read more

9/12/19
9:57 AM
19

I think that was meant to be a cute response to some people suggesting the Model S lapping the ‘Ring was completely stripped inside, suggesting Tesla was “cheating.” 

9/10/19
8:46 AM
29

They claim those were never part of the official name. I think they’re liars, the lot of them. 

9/10/19
8:45 AM
45

I don’t want any of you blaming me when this thing shows up as a 180-mile crossover called the Ticonderoga or whatever