Automoblog is an automotive industry, technology, and lifestyle publication that helps readers understand more about cars and driving. We feature new vehicle reviews, emerging tech trends, new vehicle specs, product reviews, in-depth pieces on the automotive industry, and car ownership advice. Since the automobile is such a fundamental part of our daily lives, we believe the best asset our readers can have is information. We strive to bring that information to the forefront so our readers can make the right choice when it comes to their vehicle.
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Carl Anthony is the Managing Editor of Automoblog and AutoVision News and the host of AutoVision News Radio and AutoSens Insights. As a respected automotive industry thought leader and analyst, Carl has appeared on numerous podcasts and radio shows, including Wrench Nation, Cars Yeah, The Car Doctor, and Brains Byte Back, in addition to appearing as a regular contributor on MotorMouth Radio on WHPC 90.3 FM. Outside of print and broadcasting, he oversees a small automotive consultancy that works with leading companies in the ADAS and autonomous driving space, including AEye, Nira Dynamics, OMNIVISION, VSI Labs, and XenomatiX.
Before joining Automoblog in January 2015, Carl was a dealership and new vehicle launch trainer on behalf of Ford, Honda, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo. He was a long-time product specialist on Chevy’s National Truck Team, a full-scale experiential marketing program that travels the United States, and a member of the FCA (now Stellantis) national auto show team where he served as the resident expert for consumers on the Dodge Charger and Challenger. Prior to the automotive industry, Carl was on the air at several popular Midwest radio stations, including KIWR, KEZO, KJAN, and KELO-FM.
Carl is a Midwest Automotive Media Association member and on the board of directors for the Ally Jolie Baldwin Foundation. Like many Detroiters, he is holding out for a Lions Super Bowl win.
Alvin Reyes is the Associate Editor of Automoblog. He studied civil aviation, aeronautics, and accountancy in his younger years and is still very much smitten to his former Lancer GSR and Galant SS. He also likes fried chicken, music, and herbal medicine.
Alex Hartman helps Automoblog connect with readers around the globe by managing all of our social media platforms. He is a photographer, videographer, and creative director under his personal brand Lost Souls Creative based in South Dakota. Alex specializes in corporate, commercial, lifestyle, and travel photography and creates unique content for a number of local and international clients. In his free time, he enjoys playing guitar and is always down for a good cup of coffee.
Tony Borroz grew up in a sportscar oriented family, but sadly, it was British cars. His knuckles still show the marks of slipped Whitworth sockets, strains to reach upper rear shock bushings on Triumphs, and slight burn marks from dealing with Lucas Electric “systems.” He has written for a variety of car magazines and websites, Automoblog chief among them. Tony has worked on popular driving games as a content expert, in addition to working for aerospace companies, software giants, and as a movie stuntman. He lives in the northeast corner of the northwestern most part of the Pacific Northwest.
Kristin McClure is a writer and editor for Automoblog. She refuses to let her car die, which is why she specializes in warranty content. Like any Raleigh, NC native, she splits her vacation time and heart between the mountains and the beach.
Richard has been an auto enthusiast since the age of two when his dad taught him the difference between a Chevy and a Ford. He enjoys restoring and driving old cars, with a special love for anything Italian – he currently owns a 1967 Alfa Romeo. Richard is also passionate about music, especially classic rock and jazz and is a big Beatles fan.