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.
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Ford says it will deploy self-driving cars on ride-hailing service Lyft by the end of 2021. Ford and partner Argo AI will create defined service zones in Miami, and Lyft users will be able to choose an autonomous Ford Escape to pick them up.
The EQS is the first in many battery-electric Mercedes-Benz vehicles. There's a lot on the line, but thankfully this EV flagship sets a good example for not just the automaker, but also the entire fledgling segment.
This updated version of GM's groundbreaking, hands-off driving aid lives up to its promise and then some.
Join us at Ferrari's private test track for some laps in its quickest production car ever, the SF90 Stradale.
The future of mobility is on show at the Goodwood Festival of Speed's Future Lab, with everything from autonomous trucks to electric jetpacks.
Follow along as we take VW's latest EV on the NORRA Mexican 1000 off-road race.
The car offers a six-speed manual transmission, more cargo space and sleeker styling than its sedan counterpart.
Honda's new Civic improves on a winning formula with performance upgrades and a huge cabin overhaul.
The C380+ HMB has a robust set of features that set it apart from the many other hybrid commuter e-bikes out there.
Nissan threw everything but the kitchen sink at its family-friendly three-row crossover to give it more adventurous chops, but it's still plenty comfortable on the road.
This compact pickup's ingenious Flexbed cargo box is loaded with clever features, from tie-down and power sockets to a multiposition tailgate.
This car-based pickup could redefine the truck market when it launches later this year. It's that big a deal.
Ford's new 2022 Maverick pickup is so inexpensive and efficient, you can shop it against compact cars and used vehicles, not just other trucks.
The new all-electric compact crossover looks like something straight of Tron with an estimated 300 miles of range.
Volkswagen's first ground-up EV offers all the range and capability you need, but it's just missing a little something.