Peter Holderith

Peter Holderith

Staff Writer

Peter Holderith is one of The Drive’s staff writers. He enjoys covering the regular news cycle, writing reviews, and hunting down long features on obscure pieces of automotive history. He’s from northern New Jersey but currently lives in New England.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Interests include prototyping, western saddle horseback riding, hydroponics, 3D modeling, 3D printing, architecture, ceramics, history, cars, and many more.
  • Enjoys writing long features specifically.
  • Previous work experience: Various short jobs and internships in the design industry.

EXPERIENCE

Holderith started work at The Drive as he ended college and the pandemic began in 2020. Since then, he’s written features about everything from finding Ford’s long-lost turbine-powered semi-truck, “Big Red,” to a group of Russian Offroaders crossing 2000 miles of Siberia in home-built 4x4s. He’s interviewed the crew chief of an SR-71 Blackbird, gotten sick from acceleration in a Tesla Model S Plaid, and driven one of GM’s legendary Futurliners.

EDUCATION

Holderith graduated from Philadelphia University (now Jefferson University), with a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design in 2020.

NOTABLE WORK

Get latest from Peter Holderith

an MGB sports car.

We Can Build The First Great, Cheap Electric Roadster Today

By Peter Holderith / Published May 27, 2022

Here’s How Cadillac Could Actually Make a Mercedes G-Wagen Fighter

Here’s How Cadillac Could Actually Make a Mercedes G-Wagen Fighter

By Peter Holderith / Published May 26, 2022

Ralph Gilles' SpeedKore-Built 1968 Dodge Charger.

Carbon-Fiber 1968 Dodge Charger Hellucination Packs 1,000-HP V8

By Peter Holderith / Published May 25, 2022

2023 BMW iX M60 First Drive Review: This One’s a Tough Sell

2023 BMW iX M60 First Drive Review: This One’s a Tough Sell

By Peter Holderith / Published May 24, 2022

A concept vehicle Chevy brought to SEMA in 2021.

GM Is Also Pulling Out of 2022 SEMA Show

By Peter Holderith / Published May 20, 2022

Ford F-150 Raptor R’s Engine Sure Looks Like the GT500’s V8

Ford F-150 Raptor R’s Engine Sure Looks Like the GT500’s V8

By Peter Holderith / Published May 19, 2022

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