Whats up and welcome to a different finish of the week, Roadshow readers, and meaning it is time for the week in evaluate.
We had some nifty machines come by the Roadshow storage this week and we noticed a brilliant wild hydrogen-powered supercar prototype debut. And there is a lot extra to dive into.
Sit again and dive into one of the best of the week from Aug. 9-15.
Lastly, we had a correct date with the 2020 Chevy Corvette Stingray. We might pushed it twice earlier than, however Opinions Editor Andrew Krok acquired behind the wheel for a correct in-depth take a look at. On the finish of the day, there’s nonetheless rather a lot to like about America’s sports activities automotive. Or ought to we are saying supercar today?
One other long-term automotive left the Roadshow storage this week, and this time, it was our 2019 Honda Passport. Over the previous 12 months, the Passport has been by rather a lot and because it left us, we’ve got no downside recommending the midsize SUV.
2020 Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge is an train in extra
Opinions Editor Antuan Goodwin lived his finest 1% way of life with the 2020 Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge. It is onerous to not love a Rolls, particularly with its V12 engine. However there are particular indicators the Wraith has aged.
2021 Mercedes S-Class inside places the yacht into land yacht, in a great way
2021 Chevy Tahoe first drive
Krok took a seat in Chevy’s new full-size SUV to see if the brand nailed a vehicle so important to the automaker.
Bronco Sport vs. RAV4 TRD
Can the Toyota touch Ford’s new Bronco Sport? Reviews Editor Emme Hall walks us through the battle.
2021 Genesis G80 walkaround
We couldn’t drive this one either, just like the GV80. But Reviews Editor Craig Cole still found a very competent luxury sedan just from his short time with the car.
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