Welcome to the week in review, Roadshow reader. It's the time when we take a pause and round up the best we saw from the week now behind us. And this week turned out to be a big one, especially if you're a Tesla fan.
If you missed the big Tesla news, read on for it below and check out some of the cars our editors spent time with during the week ending Jan. 30 while you're at it.
Roadshow's Editor-in-Chief Tim Stevens took Cadillac's latest luxo-barge for a ride and found it pretty darn delightful. The 2021 Cadillac Escalade surprised him at how well it all came together.
Reviews Editor Jon Wong slipped behind the wheel of the 2022 Acura MDX to see how the new flagship SUV behaves with its new duds and greater focus on performance. Perhaps more importantly, it also feels like a true luxury SUV.
The recently refreshed 2021 Lexus IS 300 was Reviews Editor Emme Hall's subject this week and she thinks it's still just ever so slightly short of greatness. You'll have to read on to understand why.
- : The EV maker revealed a refreshed Model S this week and it has a big surprise.
- : It's not clear if it's even federally legal, but the Model S' new interior features a Knight Rider-like steering wheel.
- : The US' largest automaker aims to end production of all vehicles powered by an internal-combustion engine in just 14 years.
- : The president said this week the government will convert the entire federal fleet of vehicles to zero-emission EVs.
- : Well, sort of. It's partnering with a company that builds solar-electric yachts to put its MEB EV platform into a vessel next year.
- : It's the automaker's quickest production car and looks mighty good in green.
Jon Wong goes on camera to give us a closer look at the 2022 MDX.
Reviews Editor Antuan Goodwin gives his reaction to the new Model S and Model X.