Jim Resnick, Ars Technica

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Ars Technica

Davenport, FL, United States

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Past articles by Jim:

Here’s why electric vehicles need EV-specific tires

The differences between ICE vehicles and EVs go all the way down to the tarmac. → Read More

Driving the Jeep Magneto, an electric concept with a manual transmission

Axial-fluxing in Moab, we explore new territory in Jeep's latest mobile think tank. → Read More

Turn up the sport, turn down the utility: The 2020 BMW X5 M and X6 M

BMW's M-powered SUVs scorch the road and your checking account. → Read More

Lexus’ new 2021 LC500 Convertible puts on the pretty

Slicing the roof off improves what was already the most attractive Lexus in years. → Read More

Entry-level doesn’t mean spartan with the 2021 Kia Seltos

Style, interior panache, and it also inches beyond the entry level in size. → Read More

The baby Benz has grown up—the 2020 Mercedes-Benz CLA, reviewed

A little gem in some ways, full of useful tech, but the back seat is unlivable. → Read More

Don’t dismiss the 2020 Toyota Supra just because of the BMW bits

Traditional handling and high-tech appointments make for a diverse sports car. → Read More

The mid-engined Corvette was 60 years in the making, now we’ve driven it

Decades of aborted plans and concepts led to the production mid-engined 'Vette. → Read More

As capable as a Jeep, as reliable as a Toyota—it’s the 2020 4Runner SUV

New infotainment and driver assists make the 4Runner more fit for suburbia. → Read More

The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB gets good infotainment, but don’t get the AI

The GLB takes a niche slot and throws shade at the smaller GLA. → Read More

The 2021 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car has more luxury, less ugly

With its second-generation fuel cell, Toyota could be turning a tech corner. → Read More

The 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon, tested

Everyone's favorite rock-hopper gets a pickup. → Read More

The VW Jetta GLI: a Golf GTI with a trunk, or cost-cut spiced-up sedan?

If the Golf GTI is VW's soul, what does that make the American Jetta GLI sedan? → Read More

The fastest SUV? Our first drive in Lamborghini’s 641-horsepower Urus

26 years after the LM002, Lamborghini unleashes its biggest and heaviest bull. → Read More

Don’t buy a Mercedes-AMG GT R unless you plan on taking it to the track

How an imposing 3,560-pound supercar shrinks when performing on its intended stage. → Read More

“Change like we’ve not seen in decades”—high-end auto designers go electric

Whoever you ask, EVs mean far greater freedom for designers, engineers, and marketers. → Read More

2018 Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid: Put simply, it’s complicated

The complexity can be overlooked, which then questions the point of including it. → Read More

The 2018 Audi RS5 is where it’s at: 444 hp via two turbo-tables and a baritone

Done: Naturally aspirated V8s. Bonne: twin-turbo V6s. → Read More

Jaw-dropping Genesis Essentia stole the show in NY—and it may never be built

This concept wants to rekindle the passion we feel for cars. → Read More

Mercedes-AMG’s C63 S Cabrio has it all: Power, sound, fuel use, and cost

Driving fun is worth something, but at over $100,000 as tested this one isn't perfect. → Read More