Patrick George

Patrick George is TechCrunch contributor based in New York. The former Editor-in-Chief of Jalopnik and Editorial Director of The Drive, he covers the future of transportation.

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The Volvo EX30’s interior is the Ikea take on Tesla’s playbook

Comparisons will inevitably be drawn between the Tesla Model 3’s sparse interior and that of the new Volvo EX30. But Volvo’s electric crossover goes big on the minimalist, space-maximizing

Why the all-electric Volvo EX30 is such a big deal

Almost a decade ago, Volvo drove into the modern era by going big. Literally. The second-generation XC90 crossover that launched in 2015 helped reset a brand associated with boxy station wagons by off

Inside Hyundai’s plan to turn software into a profit machine

The car industry is in the midst of its biggest transformation since the first Model T rolled off the assembly line. And no, it’s not just about shifting to electric vehicles. It’s about s

The Kia EV9’s real killer app could be its software

When car companies use the term “flagship,” traditionally that means a high-end supercar or a plush luxury sedan. But the all-new 2024 Kia EV9 is a flagship of a different kind. It’s

Everything that stood out to us at the 2023 New York Auto Show

“The auto show is dead.” That’s a refrain heard often by folks who cover the automotive industry. It’s true that these trade shows no longer mean two days of press conferences,

For SUVs and EVs, subtlety is out and plundering nature is in

Here in America, we like our steaks juicy, our tax subsidies to go to sports stadiums and our SUVs and crossovers to look as if they could venture into the wilderness and dominate the landscape at a m

The 2024 Hyundai Kona will be one of the most affordable cars with over-the-air updates

It’s no secret that Hyundai’s design department is kind of the one to beat right now. But when the redesigned 2024 Hyundai Kona goes on sale this summer, this compact crossover’s upg