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William Clavey

Formerly a technical writer, William has always aspired of one day becoming an automotive journalist. Fed up of occupying jobs that no longer stimulated him, he opened up a blog and started writing about his passion: cars. Over time, his blog, Clavey’s Corner, grew and became recognized across the country by important people in the industry. Over a period of two years, William Clavey has driven over 100 different cars.

He then started writing for Jalopnik, a controversial American car website, where he became known internationally for his humoristic and censor-free writing style. When William was offered the opportunity to work at The Car Guide, he immediately accepted. For him, working with the people that inspired him to get into this profession in the first place is a real honor.

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Los AngelesHyundai Will Unveil a New SUV in L.A., the 2020 Palisade
This year’s Los Angeles Auto Show promises to be once again filled with a wide variety of new products. Among the new cars and trucks at the show, Hyundai will present an all-new SUV called the Palisade. Inspired From a Cliff Hyundai remains tight-lipped about its new utility vehicle, but …
Spotlight on2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE: We’re Going to Drive it
This week, we’re heading to San Antonio, Texas, for the North American launch of the all-new, 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE, one of the best-selling midsize luxury SUVs in the country. The Major Leagues In this segment, each offering must top the next. If your product doesn’t exceed consumer expectations, you quickly …
Los AngelesA New Mazda3 With SKYACTIV-X Engine Will be Unveiled in L.A.
The 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show is just around the corner and, as always, it promises some interesting new products. And not just SUVs! Mazda plans on presenting an all new Mazda3 powered by an innovative engine it calls SKYACTIV-X. Styling and Frugality Just over a year ago, Mazda presented …
SEMADodge Hellephant: 1000 Horsepower, 950 lb.-ft.
It seems Dodge doesn’t have enough gasoline-powered monsters within its lineup, because it just announced another one at SEMA; the Hellephant. A Throwback to the Past The Hellephant gets its name from Dodge’s iconic 426 HEMI engine, first introduced in 1964, which got the “elephant” nickname for being so big …
Test Drives2018 Honda Clarity: Squeezed Between a Prime and a Volt4.0/5
If you count yourself amongst the individuals who criticize electric and hybrid vehicles for looking like odd spacecraft contraptions for the road, then you might not like this car. It’s no secret that the 2018 Honda Clarity isn’t a normal-looking automobile. But while the late sixties sci-fi styling may not …
SEMASEMA 2018: We’ll Be There!
This week, we’re flying straight to Las Vegas, the city of sin, for the 55th Speciality Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show, the largest aftermarket car show in the world! Tuning at its Best With over 6000 companies specialized in aftermarket parts for cars and trucks, all reunited in one event, …
NewsChevrolet Could Change the Camaro's Face, Again
Last week, Chevrolet announced that an all-new Shock Yellow paint job would be introduced for its iconic sports car at SEMA. But it seems Chevrolet is launching more than another colour; it’s changing the Camaro’s entire front end. Wait—wasn’t the Chevrolet Camaro just recently updated? Consumers aren’t Happy According to …
NewsSignificant Updates for the 2019 Audi R8
While Audi still hasn’t spoken of a possible replacement for its iconic supercar, it’s nevertheless giving it a bunch of updates for 2019. Aggressive The most notable change is on the outside, as the R8 gets a new fascia and rocker panels. Oddly enough, Audi has not supplied us with …