Dan Neil

Wall Street Journal

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Auto critic for the Wall Street Journal and co-host of The Car Show on the Speed Channel; Pulitzer Prize-winning auto critic and former columnist for the Los Angeles Times

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It's been 100 years since electric cars ruled the roads of industrial countries, until they were replaced by the internal combustion engine.

There's Likely to Be an Electric Car in Your Future

It's been 100 years since electric cars ruled the roads of industrial countries, until they were replaced by the internal combustion engine.

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You can save on gasoline and still go 210 miles an hour — if you're willing to pay $1.3 million.

La Ferrari and Other Super Hybrids Redefine the Green Car

You can save on gasoline and still go 210 miles an hour — if you're willing to pay $1.3 million.

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If you’ve seen the movie Skyfall, you may have noticed that there's one staple of James Bond films that's missing—a sensational new car.

Tesla's Quest for the Ultimate Electric Car

If you’ve seen the movie Skyfall, you may have noticed that there's one staple of James Bond films that's missing—a sensational new car.

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