Ehsanur Raza Ronny | The Daily Star
  • Ehsanur Raza Ronny

    Primary life roles: Confused dad, all round car guy, model car builder and cartoonist. Currently Editor of Shift (automobiles), Bytes (technology) and Next Step (career) for the Daily Star. Previously did four years hard labour in advertising before starting Shift and Next Step in 2013 while also re-branding the previous tech publication as Bytes.

  • The perfect FB/SA Mazda RX7

    Design wise it’s a stunner considering it comes from the era of the early 80s when everyone either went for excess flash or absolute boredom of squares. The beautiful shape has aged well and is captured perfectly by AutoArt.
  • How to become rich writing How-To articles

    Just day before yesterday, the capitalised “How” was asked by my amazed and astounded wife. Turns out I had accidentally locked her inside as I went out to deal with a mess my 1.5-year-old daughter made trying to feed the dog.
  • Made in Bangladesh Mustang

    Quite a big deal when we find out yet another popular diecast model made in Bangladesh. French company Solido—famous for budget models—has crafted this beautiful ’67 GT500 on Bangladeshi soil, which then gets flown back to their land and comes back to Bangladesh after paying hefty taxes. That’s how we end up having it in our hands.
  • How to protest heroically on social media in comfort

    These modern times are dangerous because at any moment we are required to react with more than just an angry emoji.
  • How to buy a used car for the first time without going up in flames

    I love cars, which is an understatement. Growing up, I spent more time browsing cars than visiting dubious websites where boys think they will learn to become men.