Welcome to the end of another week, Roadshow readers: It's time for another week in review. We had the Shanghai Auto Show this week, which brought tons of new production and concepts cars into the world. We also drove tons of excellent vehicles, so jump down below to see it all, or press play above for a video discussion with the Roadshow News Recap.
Social Media Editor Daniel Golson took the 2022 Hyundai Tucson for a spin and thinks it's the new segment leader.
Managing Editor Steve Ewing drove the 2022 Porsche 911 GT3 and simply said it's exactly what this car should be.
Reviews Editor Emme Hall drove the 2022 Volkswagen Taos for the first time and thinks VW has a hit on its hands.
- : The Zephyr Reflection concept previews a new luxury sedan just for China.
- : This wagon-like crossover is just for China, but man, it should come here, too.
- : The brand revealed a new concept car that doesn't necessarily preview a new car in particular, but I hope it does.
- : The ID 6 showed up with three rows of seats, but it's not for America right now.
- : Two individuals died in a crash, but investigators say no one was actually driving the Model S.
- : The brand showed off the production version of its first EV, and it looks like a rolling concept car.
Go along for a ride in the VW Taos, which looks quite competitive.
Cooley talks about why a simple windshield repair costs so darn much these days.