Roadshow Reviews (HD)
Summary: Hop in the passenger seat and ride along with Roadshow editors as we put each car through its paces, analyzing the tech, the performance and the design to see whether it’s worth your hard-earned money.
Genesis' sport sedan formula will be familiar to fans of Kia's Stinger, but the new G70 Sport is sharper in almost every way.
Audi defines luxury through the application of technology, so its flagship sedan is loaded with smarts, including the brand's first 48-volt mild hybrid system.
It takes some getting used to, but Audi's new MMI Touch Response infotainment system is easier to understand (and more fingerprint prone) than ever before.
At the Platinum trim level, the Expedition crosses the luxury line, inviting comparison with a more distinguished class of competition.
The Passat may be old, but Volkswagen's Car-Net infotainment is full of features and easy to use.
The current VW Passat has been with us since 2012. Is it still competitive or in dire need of a refresh?
Ford's excellent Sync 3 gets a bit more beautiful for its implementation in the Lincoln Navigator SUV.
Lincoln's redesigned Navigator has the power and luxury to put it at the top of the full-size SUV class.
Sure, the Cayenne offers more space, but Porsche's plug-in hybrid, high-performance sport wagon has an undeniably unique charm and style.
The new Porsche Communication Management software boasts most of the features we're looking for, but we loved how customizable its interface can be.
The first Rolls-Royce SUV has to be more than just a tall-roader, it has to be a Rolls-Royce. Can it deliver?
Toyota's new Avalon is impeccably refined and loaded with features, but not everyone's going to fall in love at first sight.
It wouldn't be Magnum P.I. without a red Ferrari, so we get to know star Jay Hernandez behind the wheel of the 488 Spider and 308 GTS.
All-wheel drive and a variable-compression turbo engine give the latest Altima some serious chops.
Xbox One's Forza Horizon 4 promises to be bigger and wilder than before. But before you start your engines, here are five things you should know.