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Marc-André Gauthier

While studying Business Administration at HEC Montréal, Marc-André decided to follow his dream and become an automotive journalist.

While completing a bachelor’s degree in Journalism at UQAM, he got a job at Autoblog Quebec, where he spent two years learning the basics of the industry.

A chain of events led him to his ultimate dream: to work for The Car Guide, one of North America’s leading sources of automotive news for the past 50 years.

Passionate about cars since childhood, Marc-André is both proud and honoured to help people choose the right car for their needs.

Most recent articles

BlogFour-Wheel Drive: A Performance Essential?
If there’s one sedan that has always been synonymous with sportiness, it’s the BMW M5. Over the last few years, however, the M5 has been facing a rather unusual problem. Specifically, it is no longer the fastest BMW 5 Series¾at least not for the 0-100 km/h sprint. That distinction now …
BlogIndividual Actuation: The Future of Four-Wheel Drive Systems?
Not familiar with how four-wheel drive works? When the engine in a “normal” car runs, this movement is transferred to the front or rear wheels by way of a gearbox. In a four-wheel drive vehicle, the movement is sent to all four wheels via a transmission and various components known …
BlogAll-Wheel Drive: The Tesla Advantage
Everyone’s talking about Telsa, the California-based electric vehicle company. And that’s something when you consider that automakers rarely make traditional media headlines anymore, unless of course there’s a disaster like the Volkswagen diesel car scandal . Tesla sure has a way of garnering the attention of traditional media¾and good on …
MechanicalMercedes-AMG Project One: An F1 for the road
Never before have we come so close to driving a street-legal Formula 1 car on Canadian roads. The mad geniuses at AMG, the high-performance division of Mercedes-Benz, are working behind closed doors on a new hypercar codenamed “Project One.” From what we can gather, this will be a real F1 …
BlogLamborghini Centenario: Celebrating 100 Years
If someone asked you to name Lamborghini car models, you shouldn't have too much trouble: there's the Aventador and the Huracán. What many people don't know is that Lamborghini has a tradition of producing limited-edition vehicles. There was the Reventón, an extreme version of the Murciélago, and the Sesto Elemento, …
BlogBugatti Chiron: Soaring to New Heights
Bugatti is a legendary brand. In the early 20th century, Bugatti’s fast and elegant cars were coveted by wealthy Europeans—and by Americans with the wherewithal to shop on the other side of the ocean. After disappearing and attempting a comeback in the 90s with the EB110, Bugatti, now owned by …
ElectricAston Martin Valkyrie: the Strength of Collaboration
If you follow automotive news, you'll have heard of the Aston Martin Valkyrie. In case you haven't, it's a new hybrid hypercar arriving on the market sometime in 2018 or 2019. While it will bear the insignia of British carmaker Aston Martin, the Valkyrie is actually the result of close …
First Drives2018 GMC Terrain: It’s All About the Marketing3.5/5
Meet the 2018 Terrain. We’ve been expecting it. Like its brother-from-another-mother, the Chevrolet Equinox, it has undergone a significant transformation, turning the refinement up a notch to challenge the competition. The product unveiling was essentially an exercise in marketing mumbo jumbo, as a great deal of time was spent talking …