Hello again, Roadshow readers. It's time for the week in review so you can catch up on everything that happened over the past seven days. Notably, we just lived through our first totally digital CES, and we got some big news from General Motors at the event.
Stick around as we go through the best of the week now behind us.
Managing Editor Steven Ewing took a spin in Honda's Accord Sport with the 2.0-liter turbo-four engine. Is it good? Yep, probably the best it's ever been.
Reviews Editor Antuan Goodwin slid behind the wheel of Kia's new sedan, the Optima-replacing K5. Goodwin thinks this car is the one to beat in the midsize sedan class these days.
Reviews Editor Craig Cole spent some time with the 2021 Cadillac XT5, specifically in its Sport trim. Comfy, agreeable and still luxurious, Cole believes. But there may be better options out there.
- : The automaker showed off a surprise Cadillac eVTOL air taxi, and it's certainly something.
- : GM also teased a portfolio of upcoming EVs at CES 2021, including a new Cadillac flagship sedan and a Chevy pickup.
- : GM is getting in on the electric van business with its Brightdrop subsidiary.
- New data showed that in the final quarter of 2020 the average new car price was over $40,000.
- : The production ID Buzz isn't coming until 2023. Boo.
- : Hyundai teased its upcoming electric car for the first time. It looks shockingly similar to the lovely concept shown in the past.
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