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.
Join us for an unforgettable lap around Italy in one of the most incredible races in the world.
Wider tires and revised suspension make this muscle car track-ready... if you dare.
With swoopy style, digital keys and remote self-parking, Korea’s family sedan goes high tech.
We've always liked the Nissan Leaf. Now, with more range, it's even better.
Boasting many of the same big luxury features and smart technologies of the larger Aviator, Lincoln's new compact SUV makes a solid first impression.
The Civic has always been really good, but this year's model gets a few well-placed tweaks.
Powered by an F160 twin-turbo V6 engine making 424 horsepower, the 2019 Maserati Levante S is the closest we've gotten to a Ferrari SUV. But is it close enough?
Hyundai goes small in a big way with its funky new entry-level crossover SUV.
A revamped engine adds a skosh more power to the pony car.
The GLI sedan and GTI hatch are cut from the same cloth and certainly use the same formula, yet somehow the two compact Volkswagens have reached two slightly different answers.
Ford's new fourth-generation Escape returns not one, but two hybrid drivetrain options to the fold.
The baby Grand Cherokee strikes a rugged pose, but an inadequate powertrain makes it a tough sell.
The 2019 E63 S is a true Q car, hiding a brutal 600-plus horsepower engine and BMW M5-fighter performance beneath an unassuming look that's not much different to a standard E-Class.
A new look, chassis, drivetrains and technology put the Escape back into the small-SUV conversation.
Audi trades its traditional control wheel for a dual touchscreen system, relying on haptics to replace the satisfying feel of physical buttons.