Well, Roadshow readers, one more week is officially in the books. There weren't any major milestones to speak of over the past seven days, just a steady week of news and reviews from the ever-changing auto industry.
Here's a look back at what was most important from Jan. 19 to 25.
2020 Ford F-Series Super Duty
When it comes time to do serious truck stuff, you need serious capability. The 2020 Ford Super Duty brings a ton of power -- more than 1,000 pound-feet of torque -- to the party, with a number of technological advancements that make it better equipped to compete with the segment's heavy hitters.
2020 Bentley Continental GT
As far as big, stylish coupes are concerned, none carry themselves quite as lavishly as Bentley's Continental GT. It's a perfect companion for long dries on winding roads, but as we found out after a week behind the wheel, it's just as fantastic when you're slumming it in traffic.
2020 Hyundai Venue
Hyundai's littlest SUV is the 2020 Venue, a brand-new offering that sneaks in under $20,000. It's a little crossover with a big personality, and following , we took a second spin in the Venue on the busy streets of Miami.
- : The very first sold for $3 million at Barrett-Jackson
- : Say hello to the autonomous taxi of the future
- : The Takata recall strikes again
- : We'll see some Mopar goodies next month
- : Some more DMC-12s could be on the way
- : A toy truck might be headed to production
One speedy Bentley
Our Carfection team takes a closer look at the world's fastest production SUV, the 2020 Bentley Bentayga Speed.
Honda Clarity: Fuel-efficient and flexible
It certainly isn't the prettiest thing on four wheels, but with its great blend of fuel efficiency and interior space, the Honda Clarity is a plug-in hybrid we could easily live with.
Trick trailering tech
GMC wants to make towing safer. At a recent event in Vail, Colorado, we got a closer look at some conceptual tech that could make its way to the company's trucks in the coming years.