Bradley Iger

After completing his undergraduate studies at the University of California, Berkeley, Brad moved to Los Angeles and translated his obsession with cars and background in information technology into a unique journalistic voice in the automotive realm.

Over the years Brad has been a freelance contributor for The Drive, Autoblog, Motor Trend, Autoweek, Popular Science and many other publications. When not behind the wheel, he can often be found standing too close to a dimed guitar amp, out on a cycling trail or breaking something just so he can put it back together.

All Articles From Bradley Iger

The McLaren 750S Resets the Supercar Benchmark

As rivals turn to all-wheel drive and hybrid power in the pursuit of straight-line supremacy, McLaren’s focus on sports car fundamentals is a refreshing break from the status quo

This Nostalgic, Expensive Porsche Doesn’t Make Sense, Until You Drive It

The new Porsche 911 Sport Classic isn’t the most powerful 911 available, but it might be the best

Review: Maserati Grecale Trofeo Aims to Steal the Crossover Crown

The Italian automaker’s all-new SUV puts its German rivals on notice in a hotly-contested segment

Gateway Bronco Tries to Perfect the Vintage SUV With Luxe-GT

Founder Seth Burgett says their latest take on a first-generation Ford Bronco can rival the performance of modern Range Rovers. Our writer hopped behind the wheel of an $800,000, one-of-one example to find out.

Review: The Best Porsche 911 for Most People?

The performance-focused model cribs some of the GT3’s tricks without the high cost of entry

Lamborghini Vies for SUV Dominance With Urus Performante

Can the record-breaking, track-tuned monster handle the humdrum of everyday driving?

Review: Aston Martin DBX707 Is a Near-Perfect Super-SUV

Explosive power, nimble handling and a lavish interior make for a magnificent grand tourer, but some outdated tech keeps the crown just out of reach