Roadshow Reviews (SD)
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.
The original luxury crossover attempts to tighten up its rep.
The 2013 Audi S6 is a unique combination of style, speed, and technology that rivals most luxury carmakers.
A member of the pony car stable with undeniable style - and a need for a tech refresh.
Heeding the call of several automakers to lose weight and gain efficiency, Land Rover drastically trimmed the pounds of its Range Rover Sport model and gave it a fuel-efficient engine as well.
Gone is your iconic America Jeep look, here to stay possibly is the more streamlined and possibly controversial front end of the new Jeep Cherokee, with a face that tracks its lineage to Alfa Romeo, which also owns Jeep. CNET's Brian Cooley dissects the look and the tech.
At the 2013 New York International Auto Show, BMW rolled out an update of its popular iDrive system, which now includes a 4G hot spot and four new apps.
Cadillac is more than up to the challenge of competing with the German luxury cars with the CTS, now with some weight-saving tech as well as a new graphical interface inside.
At the 2013 New York auto show, Honda brought out its popular Odyssey with a new wrinkle. This time in partnership with Shop-Vac, the Odyssey includes a built-in vacuum that can reach from the front to the back.
The 2014 Kia Soul is the surprise of the 2013 New York auto show and a hit of the "box on wheels" movement, plus it comes stacked with some nifty tech.
The C30 R-Design Polestar has an uneven package of cabin tech and complicated layers of trim.
The 2013 Beetle is still a trip back in time, but it's no longer that far back.
Compared with other high-end luxury carmakers, Volvo has fallen a bit behind the curve in the cabin technology department, but still manages a fairly well-designed vehicle.
At the 2013 Geneva Auto Show, Lamborghini celebrates 50 years by unveiling the Lamborghini Veneno, a production car that the Italian automaker sells for $4 million dollars and are already sold out of the 4 models built. Exclusivity comes with a hefty price tag.
One wouldn't expect Ferrari to make a sports car with a hybrid motor and a dual clutch transmission, but the Italian automaker took on the challenge and unveiled their stunning new production vehicle at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show.
At the 2013 Geneva Auto Show, Volkswagen gaves us a look at not one but two models of their popular Golf vehicles, the GTI and the GTD. CNET's Wayne Cunningham breaks them down and tells us what's so hot about them.