Well hello, Roadshow readers, and welcome to the last week in review of October. This year is flying by, that’s for sure. As did this week, with all of the cars our editors drove and big reveals that occurred. Jump into it all below, and please check out Craig Cole and yours truly in the Roadshow News Recap above. If you like the week in review, you’ll (hopefully) love our recap video.
Reviews Editor Emme Hall once again tackled the Rebelle Rally, this time in Rivian’s R1T pickup, and the electric truck was (nearly) a flawless partner.
Click here to read our 2022 Rivian R1T rally test review.
2021 Toyota Sienna is the ultimate trailhead destination
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Editor-in-Chief Tim Stevens took the 2021 Toyota Sienna on a road trip and decided it’s the best sport utility vehicle you can buy. Even though it’s a minivan.
Click here to read our 2021 Toyota Sienna review.
Emme also got a first crack at the 2022 Subaru Forester Wilderness. The more rugged compact SUV is definitely more ready for adventure than ever.
Click here to read our 2022 Subaru Forester Wilderness first drive review.
- Big Nasty returns: The 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06 bowed with 670 horsepower from a new 5.5-liter DOHC V8. Yowza.
- There’s a new SL in town: The 2022 Mercedes-AMG SL aims to reboot an icon.
- Rolls-Royce goes dark: The Ghost Black Badge debuted as quite the suave luxury machine.
- And there’s a new Range Rover: Lots of new cars this week! The latest Range Rover is seriously gorgeous and plots an electrified future for the SUV.
- Tesla’s new prototype battery: Panasonic shared initial details on Tesla’s future battery and it could make a huge difference.
- EV tax credits in for a boost: It sounds like President Joe Biden is close to a deal with his party to push his social spending plan through Congress, and that includes a $5,000 boost to the EV tax credit.
Check out the new Z06 on video.
Take a closer look at the concept-car looks of the new Range Rover.