Today, we're introducing you to someone who helps the world's top automakers get their message out to consumers and ultimately sell more vehicles.
Meet Michael Harley–chances are you already have. With an extensive background in the auto industry, Mike is a car enthusiast to the core. After a decade-long stint as the West Coast editor of the popular website Autoblog, Mike jumped ship to spearhead the editorial content of the new car-shopping website AutoWeb.
We first met Mike in Germany on an international jaunt with Mercedes-Benz, and since then, we’ve enjoyed following both his weekly “sleds” in the driveway and automotive adventures from around the world. Learn more about Michael’s driving style below!
How I Drive | Autoweb editor-in-chief, Michael Harley
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Daily Driver: 1986 Porsche 930 White/black
Time Spent Driving/day: 1 hour
Road Most Traveled: Canyons
Driving Style in One Word: Enthusiastic
In-Car Must-Haves: Sunglasses; radar detector
Driving Tunes: I don’t listen to the radio.
Time-saving technique: Waze
Hanging from rear view: Nothing
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