John Scott Lewinski

John Scott Lewinski hustles around the world, writing for a network of publications recording a monthly readership of more than 100 million people. He covers lifestyle, travel, golf, cars, technology and hard news. As an author, he is represented by the Fineprint Literary Agency, New York.

Lewinski covered the Summer Olympics in London for multiple outlets. He toured Cape Town and wrote a five-article print spread on that country’s film industry. He visited Rome to write an assassin’s history of The Eternal City. He completed a world tour covering the story of Harley-Davidson’s 110th Anniversary. Along the way, he visited celebratory rallies from New Zealand to Germany, South Africa to Italy.

As a golf writer, Lewinski played and wrote from some of the world’s most legendary courses: Royal St. Andrews, Pebble Beach Golf Links, Whistling Straits, TPC Sawgrass and others. He became the automotive editor for freelance outlets, traveling to vehicle rollouts for Aston Martin, Rolls-Royce, Lexus, Harley-Davidson and Ducati.

Lewinski holds a Master of Fine Arts from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and a B.A. in Journalism from Marquette. He completed his study of English Literature at Exeter College, University of Oxford, U.K.

All Articles From John Scott Lewinski

Cabot Collection CEO Ben Cowan-Dewar on Expanding His Empire

"We can create soul-stirring experiences for people. That’s the business I want to be in."

A Tale of Two Corporate Cities

In India, a real-estate giant is creating its version of utopia. In California, a billionaire-backed effort to do the same is facing intense backlash.

Confessions of a Four-Time Ford Mustang Owner

“I’ve owned more Ford Mustangs than most, not as many as some.”

Every EV Concern Melts Away in the Rolls-Royce Spectre

Our correspondent spent three days in the half-million-dollar coupe and found out why Rolls-Royce is the ideal brand for electrification

Want a Retro SUV? Ford Obliges With Heritage Broncos.

The 2024 Bronco Sport Heritage Edition is a throwback in all the right ways

A Chat With the Four Seasons CEO on the State of Luxury Travel

Alejandro Reynal knows a thing or two about a true five-star stay

In Quito, Mending Broken Baby Jesuses Is a Dying Art

The race to preserve tradition is on in Ecuador

Review: Volvo’s Most Compelling EV Yet Is Actually Affordable

The EX30 is the brand’s fastest-accelerating car ever, but you should consider it for practicality, not speed

When a Resort Unexpectedly Runs Into the Dead

During the Ritz-Carlton Maui's development, crews unearthed a burial site. It wasn't an isolated incident.

Royal Enfield Makes Its Mark in the Heart of Harley Country

After setting up shop in Milwaukee, the historic English bike builder has been spreading the gospel of a purist riding experience

Chasing Perfection in the Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica

Almost 10 years after the introduction of the supercar, a drive in the fun and ferocious Tecnica variant shows how big a difference refinement can make

In Florida, Classic British Cars Get a 21st Century Facelift

ECD rebuilds Jaguar E-Types with Tesla power and old-school Land Rovers with modern amenities, and even lets buyers watch the process live online

Enough With All the Multiverse Stories Already

How can there be any stakes in a show when there's always the chance for a do-over?

Will Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic Space Flights Take Off Soon?

We went to middle-of-nowhere New Mexico to find out

Rory McIlroy Believes He's Still the Best Golfer on Earth

The PGA Tour Player of the Year chats about his rivalry with Brooks Koepka and his expectations for 2020

Review: The Beginner-Level Maserati Ghibli Is Still Enjoyable and Refined

It’s essentially an economy car from a company standing shoulder to shoulder with Bentley and Aston Martin