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Jeff Jablansky

Automotive journalist and lifestyle photographer

New York / Los Angeles

Jeff Jablansky

Rarely stationary. Try to keep up.

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The Honda That Honda Should Build

not to mention four electric motors—redeems the woeful CR-Z. Honda’s product lineup will soon include a reborn hydrogen vehicle, the Clarity, in addition to a second generation of plug-in technology to rival the efficiency of the bar-setting Chevrolet Volt. The company’s Powerpoints are awash with images of rising sea levels and a wan, forsaken polar bear alone on an ice floe.
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The World’s Second-Best Road Ends at an Israeli Nuclear Plant

You can waste time arguing about the world’s best stretch of pavement. This is the story of the second-best road. Sure, Israel’s Negev desert is a little out of the way. Sure, it might just run alongside a nuclear facility. But the scenery is resplendent, and Routes 225 and 227 are worth the effort.
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About

Jeff Jablansky

JEFF JABLANSKY, automotive writer and photographer, was born with his hands planted firmly at 10 and 2.

He has written for automotive enthusiast publications in the United States and abroad, including Autoblog, Automobile Magazine, Autobytel, BBC Autos, Car and Driver, Fox News, Men's Journal, Motor1, the New York Daily News, Road & Track, and Thrillist.

His favorite road trip memory involves a Hyundai, a winding desert road and a herd of sheep. He likes to split his time between Brooklyn and Silverlake.