Another week has come and gone, Roadshow readers. And while this one wasn't the big Bronco-fest that last week was, Ford's new SUV still had a number of news hits, not to mention big headlines from Tesla and a few important road tests.
Here's a look back at what you might've missed from July 19-25.
Toyota's Venza is back, and this time around, it's a hybrid-only midsize crossover that's luxurious enough inside to give Lexus vehicles a run for their money.
We've been super-excited about the Polestar 2 ever since it was announced, and we've now had our first crack at the electric sedan in the UK. It's got Google infotainment and a solid foundation. Could this Swedish entry pull buyers away from the Tesla Model 3?
The old Shelby GT500 might've been all about straight-line speed, but Ford's new halo Mustang has plenty of road course chops that make it quite a star. We hit the road and track to find out more.
- : The company chose Austin as the site for its next Gigafactory.
- : The Ranger might be a midsize truck, but it's still awfully huge. Thankfully, a tiny trucklet is on the way.
- : Let our friends at Engineering Explained, uh, explain this to you.
- : Demand was so high, Ford increased production from 3,500 to 7,000.
- : The tech-rich compact sedan will arrive in the US in late 2021.
- : The G80 and GV80 won't arrive in the US this summer, as originally planned.
Ford Bronco: Old vs. new
We take a look at how the new Bronco SUV stacks up to its predecessor -- from 1971.
Porsche Cayenne GTS hits the road
Come with our Carfection team as we take a look at the V8-powered Porsche Cayenne GTS.