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.
Turn up those speakers and enjoy your first look and listen at the next V12-powered machine from Lamborghini.
This may be Genesis' inaugural offering in the luxury-SUV segment, but hot damn, it's one hell of a good first effort.
We're not sure that anyone asked for a 503-horsepower version of BMW's compact SUV with a Competition spec chassis and suspension, but we're pretty excited that such an insane machine exists.
There's finally a Mini electric you can buy. It's big fun on a small scale -- but there's a catch.
Look past the new Sonata's polarizing exterior, and you'll find one seriously high-quality midsize sedan.
The plug-in hybrid variant of Honda's green-car Clarity trio doesn't get as much attention as its EV and fuel cell siblings, but this configuration may be the most flexible and practical of the three.
It may look similar, but thanks to a new heart transplant, this crazy trike is finally as fun to drive as it looks.
Porsche's latest all-wheel-drive sports car makes us ask: Is the Turbo even necessary?
The largest model in BMW's fleet scales up to huge-screen tech, a new level of luxury appointments and surprisingly sporty performance for an SUV of this size.
The 2019 Volvo XC40 impressed us at its debut. We liked its Swedish design, the high level of available tech and its zippy performance.
Indian's FTR 1200 S is a fresh look at what a sporty American motorcycle can be from one of the oldest motorcycle companies in the US. We've spent the better part of a year with one, so let us tell you what's good about it, and what's not so good.
As it has been for generations, Honda's Odyssey is one of the best minivans on the market today. When it comes to efficiently hauling folks, freight or any combination of the two, it's tough to top.
The newest Jeep Wrangler is also the first of its name to feature the automaker's 48-volt mild hybrid system. We dig in to see how it works.
Before we dirty it up during our year of long-term use, let's take a look at the five things you need to know about our shiny new 2019 Honda Passport Elite.
Kia's large luxury sedan flies under the radar, but is worth your attention with all-wheel driven performance derived from the automaker's sporty Stinger and a surprisingly high level of cabin tech.