Jason Siu

Jason began his automotive journalism career as an editor for Modified Magazine, while contributing to Modified Luxury & Exotics and Modified Mustangs. Through the years, he has been published in multiple print publications and has authored two CarTech books. Prior to joining the Wrecked Media team, Jason served as the News Editor and Commerce Editor for AutoGuide.com and was one of the co-founders of Tunerzine.com.
Jason Siu
Ford E-Transit celebrates its first birthday

It’s hard to believe it’s already been a year since the Ford E-Transit made its North American debut. It has quickly established itself as the leader in the small, yet growing all-electric commercial cargo van market. To celebrate the E-Transit’s first birthday, Ford has released a few bits of information that you may find interesting. […]

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Mullen unveils Class 1 and Class 3 EV commercial products at NTEA Work Truck Week

Our coverage of Work Truck Week 2023 is brought to you by WiTricity. The market for all-electric commercial products is quickly growing, if Work Truck Week 2023 is any indication. Mullen Automotive, Inc. is also on display at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, unveiling its Class 1 EV cargo van and Class 3 EV […]

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Blue Arc adds all-electric Class 5 Crew Cab to its lineup

Our coverage of Work Truck Week 2023 is brought to you by WiTricity. At NTEA’s Work Truck Week 2023 in Indianapolis, The Shyft Group’s Blue Arc revealed its new all-electric Class 5 Crew Cab that promises to be “truly in a class of its own,” according to Daryl Adams, president and CEO of The Shyft Group. […]

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Ford Pro set to add 120 Elite Commercial Service centers to expand dealer network

Our coverage of Work Truck Week 2023 is brought to you by WiTricity. In May 2021, Ford Pro made an announcement that it would be creating an all-new network of service facilities to accommodate its commercial customers. At Work Truck Week 2023, Ford Pro revealed its plans to expand the footprint of its dealer network and […]

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How can I better organize and store my EV charging cable?

If you’ve recently purchased a PHEV or BEV and it came with a charging cable, you’re probably wondering what’s the best way to store it. The last thing you want to do is have the cable loosely scattered across your garage floor, and you want to keep that connector as well protected as possible. One […]

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How-to charge any EV with a Tesla charger

If there is one thing nearly every EV enthusiast in the U.S. can agree on, it’s that Tesla has the best charging infrastructure in the country. And we aren’t just talking about Tesla Superchargers, because there are over 35,000 Tesla Wall Connectors at Destination Charging sites. The problem is, Tesla uses a proprietary connector instead […]

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Polestar 5 spied undergoing cold weather testing

The Polestar 3 is getting ready to hit the market, and it will soon be followed by the Polestar 4 and the Polestar 5. Spy photographers recently caught the latter testing on a frozen lake in Northern Sweden, wearing surprisingly thin camouflage. Well, maybe it’s not all that surprising since Polestar has already previewed the […]

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Lamborghini’s plug-in Urus has been spied testing in the Arctic Circle

It’s almost hard to believe the Lamborghini Urus has been on the market long enough for it to get a facelift. It seems like it was just yesterday that automotive enthusiasts were calling a Lamborghini SUV blasphemy, but here we are. And now, not only does Lamborghini offer an SUV, the Italian exotic automaker will […]

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Maserati’s convertible EV caught winter testing

As Maserati moves towards only launching BEVs starting from 2025, the Italian automaker has been caught on camera testing the convertible version of the Maserati GranTurismo Folgore. Likely called the Maserati GranCabrio Folgore when it launches later this year, there aren’t going to be very many secrets with this vehicle. That also explains the light […]

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Honda and LG break ground on new EV battery plant in Ohio

Last October, Honda announced a major investment towards producing EVs in the state of Ohio. And now, the Japanese automaker in a joint venture with LG Energy Solution have broken ground on a new EV battery facility in Fayette County, Ohio. The new joint venture EV battery plant will be over 2-million square feet in […]

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