2021 Audi Q5 Sportback: FIRST LOOK REVIEW – This car is SEXY!

With its dramatically sloping roofline, abundant technology and enhanced driving dynamics, the new Q5 Sportback should be a fun-to-drive yet still pretty-versatile SUV.

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The 2020 Cadillac CT5-V Isn’t the V Car You’re Hoping For

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Today I’m reviewing the Cadillac CT5-V, which is the newest Cadillac V car — except it isn’t. First I’ll explain why the CT5-V isn’t what you’re hoping for, and I’ll take you on a full tour of the CT5-V and show you its quirks and features. I’ll also drive the 2020 Cadillac CT5-V on the road and show you how it drives.

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Rebuilding a “Dream Car” Road Runner! | Roadkill Garage | MotorTrend

David Freiburger scored the car he’d wanted for 20-plus years, a 1971 Plymouth Road Runner. It was a decent car, mostly original with 95,000 miles on it, but a repaint had turned to chalk, and it looked ridiculous with tiny tires. In this episode of Roadkill Garage, we head to the Steve Dulcich Dog Farm to fix all of that and start turning it into a daily driver. #RoadkillGarage #RoadRunner #MotorTrend

FIRST LOOK: 2021 Volkswagen ID 4 full-electric SUV

The second of VW’s ID electric cars will be its first to reach US roads. The electric SUV will arrive later this year with up to 250 miles of range, a surprisingly reasonable price and three years of free high-speed DC charging.

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The Lamborghini Centenario Is a $3 Million Ultra-Rare Supercar

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1995 Honda vs. 2020 Honda: 25 years of Accord and CR-V

Honda’s mid-90s heavy hitters are legendary, but do their modern counterparts deserve the same respect?

CNET is 25 this year. That got me thinking about other things that have survived the intervening years and come out looking pretty good here in 2020. Naturally, that led me to the Honda vehicles of the 1990s — part of what’s frequently described as the automaker’s golden age.

In the ’90s, Honda hit a near-perfect balance of cost, quality and performance (not to mention performance potential, but that’s a whole other article) that most car brands only dream of. There’s still a lot of these old Hondas on our roads, too, so longevity is also a big feather in the company’s cap.

What’s maybe even more impressive is that the vehicles that Honda is building today aren’t vastly different from the cars it made back then, despite changing tastes, changing regulations and increasing sizes and weights. To see the evidence of this, one only needs to look at the current Honda Accord and CR-V and compare them to their mid-1990s equivalents.
Sure, the current Accord has turbo power and a 10-speed automatic transmission, while the fifth-gen Accord could only muster four forward gears and a naturally aspirated inline four, but the character is still there. Ditto for the CR-V, which still offers the same value proposition now that it did when it was introduced — that is to say, it’s a compact SUV with room for a family inside that sips fuel and isn’t a bummer to drive.

Wrapping it back to CNET, Roadshow’s home, the online news giant was covering consumer technology in 1995 in a way that was easy to understand while also offering solid advice on new products. CNET is doing the same thing now, and Roadshow applies that same straightforward approach to transportation topics.

What will CNET and Honda look like in another 25 years? Who knows. I’ll be 60 years old and even grumpier than I am now, but I’m willing to bet CNET will still be a go-to source for culture stories, news and product reviews, just as Honda will be building, affordable, nicely packaged, good-driving cars. Here’s to the next two and a half decades.

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