Rivian production starts, 2022 Kia Carnival update and more: Roadshow's week in review

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Hi, Roadshow readers, hope you are doing well. We are back with another week in review as always with a lot to talk about. Scroll down to see last week’s recap, but I encourage you to check out the discussion that Craig and I had on all of these topics in the latest roadshow news recap.

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I’ve written an update on our long-term 2022 Kia Carnival. Went this on a beach road trip, and I also found the van to be too big for a small parking garage.

Click Here To Read Our 2022 Kia Carnival Long-Term Review Update.

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Review editor Craig Cole drove a 2022 Volkswagen ID4 Pro S and said it’s a fine EV that’s been reduced to fine detail.

Click here to read our 2022 VW ID 4 Pro S review.

Review editor John Wong drove a 2022 Bentley Continental GT Speed ​​and was blown away by its athleticism.

Click Here To Read Our 2022 Bentley Continental GT Speed ​​First Drive Review.

news headlines

  • Rivian ramps up production: The startup this week built the first customer, the R1T electric pickup truck.
  • Ford F-150 Lightning inches closer to reality: The automaker started preproduction of the electric truck and made a major production announcement.
  • Lucid Air goes 520 miles on a single charge: EPA Confirms Lucid’s Enchanting Range Figures.
  • You can unlock the Genesis GV60 with your face: Wild stuff, I say. But it’s real.
  • Cars likely to get more expensive due to hurricane seasonStorm: The storm increases demand and ruins the goods. This is not good in today’s car market.
  • Walmart delivery is autonomous: In three cities, your next Walmart order could arrive via an autonomous Ford and Argo AI self-driving prototype.

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