Mack Hogan
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Mack Hogan is Jalopnik's Weekend Editor, but you may know him from his role as CNBC's car critic or his brave (and maligned) takes on Twitter. Most people agree that you shouldn't listen to him.
10/27/19
10:03 PM
2

I am sitting here right  a pile of recent R & T and C and Ds next to me, dutifully trying to catch up with my reading. I have been a subscriber since the late 80s, though, I recently had an email discussion with editor Travis about the magazine after I went all grumpy old man about the all truck issue. Read more

10/27/19
9:48 PM
10

NO, Mack! Stay here at Jalopnik where you’ll be criticized for spelling errors because there are no copy editors! Don’t go the failing Road & Track! It’s all fake automotive news over there! Cars with more than 200 hp and no rust? As if! Read more

10/27/19
5:51 PM
4

Best of luck, Mack. I’ve been really enjoying your F1 coverage and seeing your byline every Saturday and Sunday. When your internship ended last summer, I wasn’t convinced you actually existed in any more corporeal of a form than as a communal byline for all the Jalopnik staff’s worst takes, but I’ve really enjoyed Read more

10/27/19
5:35 PM
8

It was enjoyable reading your work, Mack. Best of luck at Road & Track.

10/27/19
5:24 PM
19

Re: Qualy — Classic Verstappen. Gets pole, still decides it’s worth ignoring yellow flags to try for an even faster lap. For a driver with such immense and obvious talent, his judgment (and concern for human life, as we could have had a Maldonado incident all over again) is atrocious.

10/27/19
4:39 PM
6

Don’t ask me why I know this, but people who buy those for bulletproofing absolutely love the soft close mechanism, because the bulletproof glass makes the door heavier, and closing it like a regular door makes the entire car move about.... So instead they get their chauffeurs to gently align the door and let the Read more

10/27/19
12:53 PM
9

Great read. I had no idea Bosch manufactured anything beyond automotive components but makes complete sense.

10/27/19
12:46 PM
3

Thanks! Great comparison to early iDrive. It took BMW years of development to get iDrive right. Gotta have the fridge... and limited trunk space.

10/27/19
12:02 PM
3

This car is almost a return to the understated, classy looks of the older generations. The grille is the only problem. The rest of the car looks great.

10/27/19
11:55 AM
34

Why is my one better looking?

10/27/19
11:34 AM
8

Does the “Hey, BMW...” voice control actually work? Does it have a fridge?