The first week of August has officially come and gone, and the past week at Roadshow brought some big reveals, important reviews and more. From Cadillac's new all-electric Lyriq to road tests of the Mercedes-AMG GT C sports coupe, there's something for everyone this week.
Here's a look back at the big stories from Aug. 2-8.
Audi's reborn A6 Allroad isn't quite the off-road champ it used to be, but what it lacks in go-anywhere ability, it more than makes up for with a fancy cabin, great in-car tech and a serene highway ride quality.
The Porsche 911 might get all the attention as far as two-door luxury sport coupes are concerned, but we think that, in a lot of ways, the Mercedes-AMG GT is better. This midlevel GT C model has tremendous style and packs a wallop of power, and we're smitten.
We've had our long-term 2020 Subaru Outback for a few months now, so it's time to head out into the wilderness and explore some of the rugged charm of this trusty wagon.
- : This is our first glimpse of Cadillac's electric future, even if the Lyriq won't go on sale until late 2022.
- : Ford's upcoming Bronco struts its stuff on the Rubicon Trail.
- : Ford is no longer building the Fusion, marking the end of all Blue Oval sedans in the US.
- : Jim Farley will take over as Ford's new boss, effective Oct. 1.
- : A McLaren inspired hypercar with a V12 engine and manual transmission? Yes please.
- : Considering we're still very much in the middle of a pandemic, this is the right decision.
Our Carfection crew takes a closer look at Gordon Murray's T50 to see if it's really a true successor to the McLaren F1.
The Polestar 2 is the brand's first fully electric offering, and a direct rival to the Tesla Model 3. We take it for a quick spin in the UK.