One other week passed by, one other week in overview, pricey Roadshow readers. Like all the time we saved our pulse on the most recent information and drove some nice automobiles, together with a prototype model of Volkswagen’s upcoming small SUV, the Taos.
We’ll hold it brief and candy, so scroll down under to catch the most effective from Sept. 27 to Oct. 3.
That is the 2022 Volkswagen Taos. Kind of. Managing Editor Steve Ewing took this machine for an early drive, and whereas the whole lot beneath is almost closing, VW cleverly disguised the SUV with different elements. The precise Taos is blue beneath all of the white panels.
2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Heritage Version: Steeped in historical past
This week, we came upon the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 shall be now not this fall. However, earlier than it says so lengthy, Opinions Editor Jon Wong obtained behind the wheel of the mannequin’s swan track, the Heritage Version.
Opinions Editor Emme Corridor hung out with the Chevy Bolt EV to see if it is nonetheless a sensible choice for these in want of an electrical automotive. The reply? Sure, nevertheless it’s beginning to present its age a tad.
2021 Audi RS5 introduces us to Ascari and Black Optic editions
Cooley on automotive specs
Cooley on Vehicles is again, and this time, he is right here to elucidate automotive specs within the easiest method doable.
Defender vs. Defender
We pit a completely loaded Land Rover Defender in opposition to a base mannequin to see should you want all of the bells and whistles to make the SUV right into a imply factor.
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