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Guillaume Rivard

After graduating in Journalism back in 2003, Guillaume Rivard started as a freelance writer for various websites, magazines, and newspapers such as Journal Métro for which he contributed auto-related content. After working for several years at Auto123.com as a translator, writer and finally chief writer, he joined the group of contributors at The Car Guide in 2019, always focused on informing and helping consumers make smart car-buying decisions.

For this young father of two daughters and happy Hyundai Santa Fe owner, the dream garage would consist of a Jaguar F-PACE SVR, Ford F-150 Raptor and Aston Martin Vantage—just to name a few!

Most recent articles

NewsAn Unofficial First Look at the 2021 Ford F-150 Interior
So, when will we get to see the launch of the 2021 Ford F-150 ? No date has been announced, and chances are the COVID-19 crisis is messing with the company’s plans—as was the case with the all-new Bronco and Bronco Sport . Could it be delayed until the 2022 …
BuzzPontiac Aztek Gets a New Life as a Firebird Trans Am
No, this is not a belated April Fool’s prank. Sold from 2001 to 2005, the Pontiac Aztek was a terror on the road, but for the wrong reasons. It went down in history as one of the ugliest-looking production vehicles ever made. Styling was so bad it’s unfathomable to think …
NewsToyota, Honda and Nissan Furlough 32,000 Workers
After extending the shutdown of their North American manufacturing facilities, Japan’s three biggest automakers are now forced to furlough thousands of workers. Collectively, Toyota (5,000), Honda (16,900) and Nissan (10,000) have temporarily stopped paying nearly 32,000 people and asked them to file for unemployment benefits. In Toyota’s case, the plan …
NewsWatch: 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Races a Porsche 911 GT3 RS
We hope you’ve read the entire first-drive review of the all-new 2020 Chevrolet Corvette by our award-winning contributor Marc Lachapelle. If not, click on the link above and check out everything he had to say about the mid-engine, eight-generation (C8) model. As you know, production started on February 3 and …
NewsMystery Surrounds This Mid-engine Ford Mustang
Did you know that Ford once worked on a two-seat, mid-engine Mustang ? We’re talking about the Mach 2 Concept, which was introduced at the 1967 Chicago Auto Show and nixed for good three years later. However, four mysterious photos found in the automaker’s archives are leaving an entire community …
BuzzIdiot Wrecks His Modified Porsche in Deserted NYC Streets
We have a new nominee for the worst fail of the year, folks. While the streets of New York City are mostly empty due to the lockdown measures implemented by authorities to fight COVID-19, the owner of a Gemballa Mirage GT, which is an extremely rare and highly customized version …