I’m Jordan Golson and I’m a professional car journalist. Among other things, that means I get to drive a different car every week and tell you what I think of it.

Yes, this is definitely a dream job, but I still take it seriously! You’ve entrusted me with your time and in return I give you my honest thoughts on every car I test.

Subscribe for free and you’ll get my award-winning reviews in your inbox every Wednesday with the trademark humor, analysis and wit that my reviews are known for.

You can read some of my reviews to get an idea of how they work. Some of my favorites include the Lamborghini Huracán, the Rolls-Royce Ghost, the GMC Yukon Denali, the 2020 Lexus LX 570, and the story of my road trip across Texas in search of the world’s best brisket.

Why subscribe?

I’ve been writing about technology and transportation for almost fifteen years. I’ve been in lots of publications you may have heard of — WIRED, The Verge, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Ars Technica, and many more — but I’m excited to have my own newsletter to share my reviews with you. I’ll also include links to other things I’ve written that week, as well as exclusive details about the vehicle including the window sticker.

I’m also available for Q&A with subscribers and to provide guidance and advice on new car purchases, too. Feel free to reply to the emails and I’ll try to get back to you within a day or so.

Where else can I read your work?

I write about transportation and technology for Inverse. I’m also on TikTok, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Disclosures:

For some pieces, automakers cover airfare, food and lodging so I can test cars on location as it’s much cheaper to fly me to a car than the other way around. I also get multi-day loans of vehicles to review them in everyday life.

My reviews and opinions are my own, and I do not allow them to be influenced by carmakers no matter how many oysters they feed me. I am fully independent and that’s why I depend on your support to grow.

If you click Amazon links and then buy something, I may get a commission.