Byron started his motoring journalism career when he joined John Mellor in 1997 before becoming a freelance motoring writer two years later.
He wrote for several motoring publications and was ABC Youth radio Triple J's "all things automotive" correspondent from 2001 to 2003.
He rejoined John Mellor in early 2003 and has been with GoAutoMedia as a senior product and industry journalist ever since.
With an eye for detail and a vast knowledge base of both new and used cars Byron lives and breathes motoring.
His encyclopedic knowledge of cars was acquired from childhood by reading just about every issue of every car magazine ever to hit a newsstand in Australia.
The child Byron was the consummate car spotter, devoured and collected anything written about cars that he could lay his hands on and by nine had driven more imaginary miles at the wheel of the family Ford Falcon in the driveway at home than many people drive in a lifetime.
The teenage Byron filled in the agonizing years leading up to getting his driver's license by reading the words of the leading motoring editors of the country and learning what they look for in a car and how to write it.
In short, Byron loves cars and knows pretty much all there is to know about every vehicle released during his lifetime as well as most of the ones that were around before then.
Latest articles by Byron Mathioudakis
CEO to oversee new dawn for Nissan
Incoming CEO will nurture product advancements as Nissan undergoes a total overhaul
BMW X7 to be a high roller
BMW confident X7 will not cannibalise X5 sales as buyer profile ‘entirely different’
Low margin, huge potential for Ioniq: Hyundai
Sales volume hard to predict but benefits clear to Hyundai with Ioniq, Kona Electric
Suzuki set to sail past 20,000 units this year
Fresh models, refocused marketing should lift Suzuki sales after half-decade lull
MG to expand into WA and NZ
Melbourne joins NSW, ACT and QLD as SAIC dealership expansion is ‘number one priority’
Australian wins Infiniti engineering challenge
Wollongong student will spend a year working at Infiniti and Renault Sport in UK
Peugeot slashes stockpile of unsold vehicles
Peugeot Automobiles Australia (PAA) has revealed that it is close to depleting most of the aged vehicle stock
Mazda strives for record 120,000 sales
Mazda is confident that it will eclipse last year’s record 114,024 sales tally in 2016 with continuing growth in the SUV segments