Featured in AAPI Heritage Month
How the Ford F-150 Lightning’s Chief Engineer Linda Zhang Brought the World an Electric Pickup
Zhang came to the U.S. when she was eight years old without knowing any English. Now she’s the brains behind the Ford F-150 Lightning.
Former Model Kaila Yu on Being Center Stage in the Early 2000s Import Scene Boom
Through TikTok, Yu’s been outspoken about a scene that’s faded to a memory for many.
‘I’m Looking for My Own Han’: Sung Kang on Building Communities, F&F and Things That Last
Kang is hyper-aware of his influence and tries to use it for good.
You Have Drifting Enthusiast Toshi Hayama to Thank for the Best Action Scenes in Tokyo Drift
Toshi Hayama was a technical consultant and sometimes body double for two of the Fast & Furious movies.
How Purist Group’s Sean Lee Went From Homeless to Hometown Hero
Sean Lee is a Taiwanese immigrant but he gives so much back in charity because he’s a proud Asian American.
How Ken Gushi Went From Initial D Fandom and Corolla Donuts to Formula Drift Champion
All those donuts at El Mirage in the Corolla paid off for Gushi, now a racing champion and sought-after stunt driver.
Jodi Lai Is Done Trying to Fit Into Car Media. She Doesn’t Want You to, Either
AutoTrader Canada‘s first-ever editor-in-chief talks gate-keeping, inclusion, and being an Asian woman in the automotive industry.
Larry Chen, Car Culture’s Most Influential Photographer, on Hard Work and Speaking Out
If you have any interest in automotive photography, you’ll be familiar with Larry Chen’s work.
Join The Drive As We Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Voices In Car Culture This May