Formerly a technical writer, William has always aspired of one day becoming an automotive journalist. Fed up of occupying jobs that no longer stimulated him, he opened up a blog and started writing about his passion: cars. Over time, his blog, Clavey’s Corner, grew and became recognized across the country by important people in the industry. Over a period of two years, William Clavey has driven over 100 different cars.
He then started writing for Jalopnik, a controversial American car website, where he became known internationally for his humoristic and censor-free writing style.
William worked as a freelancer where he collaborated to a wide variety of Canadian and American media outlets. Fluently bilingual in both English and French, he now works full time for RPM in Quebec and at times appears on the outlet's TV Show.
William Clavey reviews the 2022 Jaguar F-Pace and explains why it's still the better looking and the more engaging luxury compact SUV currently on sale.
Clavey reviews the 2021 Ford Bronco and explains why Ford's latest offroad creation sits halfway between a Jeep Wrangler and a Land Rover Defender.
Clavey reviews the 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51 convertible and explains why it's the supercar bargain of the decade.
Clavey reviews the 2021 Lexus LS500 and explains why it doesn't quite match the German competition, even if it's highly luxurious and capable.
Clavey reviews the 2021 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio and explains why it's still the best sport sedan currently on sale, even if it's deeply flawed.
Clavey reviews the 2022 Kia Stinger GT and explains why it's one of the best sport sedans nobody cared about it. This is its final production year.
Clavey reviews the 2022 Genesis G70. He explains that the mid-cycle refresh has allowed the car to finally slot its way within the elite of the segment.
Clavey reviews the 2021 Porsche Macan GTS and explains that although it now faces seriously capable new rivals, it's still at the top of its game.
Clavey reviews the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport and explains that although it's not the real deal, it brings a lot of capability to a typically incapable segment.