Craig Cole

Craig brings 15 years of automotive journalism experience to the EV Pulse team. A lifelong resident of Michigan, he’s as happy with a wrench or welding gun in hand as he is in front of the camera or behind a keyboard. When not hosting videos or cranking out features and reviews, he’s probably out in the garage working on one of his project cars. To date, he’s fully restored a 1936 Ford V8 sedan and is currently resurrecting another flathead-powered relic, a ’51 Ford Crestliner. Craig is a proud member of the Automotive Press Association (APA) and the Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA).
Craig Cole
Tested: We DC fast charged the 2023 Toyota bZ4X. It wasn’t pretty

The 2023 bZ4X is Toyota’s first modern EV. It has a comfortable ride, well-built interior and plenty of safety features, though this battery-powered SUV also has a hidden Achilles’ heel, which turned out to be a bigger issue than we ever expected. DC not-so-fast charging DC fast charging is the bZ4X’s greatest weakness. All-wheel-drive versions […]

by Craig Cole
6/9/2022
Buick Wildcat EV Concept is an electric coupe that previews the tri-shield brand’s new design language

Giving us a glimpse into the future, on Wednesday, Buick unveiled its new Wildcat EV Concept, a dramatically styled coupe that previews the look of upcoming production models. Wildcat was first used on a design study by this premium GM division way back in 1953, so it’s cool product planners were able to reuse that […]

by Craig Cole
6/1/2022
Buick redesigns logo and announces Electra name for future EV models

Big news for Buick this week. Not only did the tri-shield brand take the wrapper off its new Wildcat EV Concept car on Wednesday, but it also introduced a redesigned logo and dusted off an important historical name that will be used on future electric models. The most-important story here is the announcement that upcoming […]

by Craig Cole
6/1/2022