Roberto Baldwin, Engadget

Roberto Baldwin

Engadget

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Engadget
Past:
  • Autoblog.com
  • WIRED
  • Entrepreneur
  • The Next Web

Recent articles by Roberto:

Mercedes’ new GLB is a small SUV that’ll seat seven

At an event in Utah, Mercedes took the wraps off its latest SUV, the 2020 GLB. The automaker is positioning it between the GLA and GLC. With the SUV and crossov... → Read More

Behind the wheel of Lamborghini’s supercomputer on wheels

I'm six-foot-three-inches tall. I mention that fact pretty often in car reviews because it adds context when I remark on head and leg room. If my large fra... → Read More

Tesla's first V3 Supercharging stations are open to the public

Tesla's V3 Supercharging stations are finally available to everyone. Well, everyone that owns a Tesla and wants to cruise on down the company's Fremont, Califor... → Read More

Cadillac adds 70,000 miles to its Super Cruise hands-free driving maps

Cadillac's Super Cruise impressed me back in 2017 when I drove with it from New Mexico to California. The hands-free experience made the long trek less of a cho... → Read More

Cadillac reveals performance sedans with hands-free SuperCruise

Cadillac expands its hands-free SuperCruise tech to its performance line. → Read More

Volvo designers are driving around in mixed-reality headsets

I'm sitting in a Volvo XC60 in Italy when a moose appears from out of a doorway. Except that none of this is real. I'm actually sat in an office chair in a San... → Read More

The 2019 Acura NSX is a supercar built for everyday auto nerds

By law, I have to mention the 1990 Acura NSX before telling you about the 2019 NSX. It was a big deal -- supercars were supposed to be from Europe, not Japa... → Read More

The Mercedes all-electric EQC is luxury first, EV second

The interior of the EQC is quiet. Well, it would be if the rain would let up. But the whir of electric motors has all but been eliminated from the cabin. Merced... → Read More

The Mercedes A220 raises the bar for 'inexpensive' luxury cars

Luxury vehicles are expensive. German luxury vehicles are very expensive. Sure, you get bottom-of-the-barrel trim on the cheapest fancy car, but typically t... → Read More

Tesla promises ‘one million robo-taxis’ in 2020

Two days ahead of its first-quarter earnings disclosure, the company had an event to explain its autonomous technology to investors. The talks were probably den... → Read More

Kia 's HabaNiro 'everything car' is the wackiest EV crossover

Kia spent its entire press conference talking about the spiciness of its brand. Spoiler: it's very spicy according to Kia. But they're not exactly wrong. After... → Read More

Hyundai goes even smaller with the Venue crossover

Both the gas and electrified Hyundai Kona are great vehicles. But maybe it's just a tad too big for you? If that's the case, the automaker just unveiled the Hyu... → Read More

Jaguar's electric I-Pace takes the World Car of the Year award

Unlike your typical "car of the year" award, the World Car Awards (of which I'm a juror) are voted on by 86 automotive journalists from over 20 countries that w... → Read More

Lincoln Corsair squeezes Navigator features into a smaller SUV

The Lincoln Navigator is unapologetically huge. But large, luxury SUVs don't have the sales numbers of the small crossover market. So it's no surprise that the... → Read More

Genesis unveils Mint concept EV for urban fashionistas

Automotive events can be... well weird. For example, the Mint EV concept car reveal from Genesis was a song and dance extravaganza coupled with a fashion show.... → Read More

Cadillac puts its hands-off driver assistant in the new CT5

Way back in October of 2011, I drove Cadillac's CT6 across the southwest using the automaker's driver's assistant feature Super Cruise. It was an impressive han... → Read More

The BMW M850i elevates the road trip with high tech

Road trips are wonderful. But while cruising along in a beat up Civic or Bug made for great stories in your 20s, as you get older you want a little more com... → Read More

Zero’s SF/R electric motorcycle is quicker and now more connected

My riding companions ask me what type of ride I want to go on. "Aggressive or casual?" This is my first time on Zero's new SF/R motorcycle (starting at $18,99... → Read More

Hyundai uses tech to bust the Sonata’s boring reputation

The last decade or so have been tough on the sedan market. As more drivers are opting for the higher seating position and increased cargo space of SUVs, four-do... → Read More

Walmart battles online retail by adding more robots to its stores

Brick and mortar stores have been hit hard by online retailers like Amazon. Walmart (which has its own online presence) believes it has an answer to dwindling s... → Read More