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We drive the Faraday Future FF 91, CES 2020 highlights and more: Roadshow's week in review

Roadshow logo Roadshow 2020-01-11 Steven Ewing
a car parked in front of a curtain: The Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR concept was one of the bigger debuts at CES 2020. Mercedes-Benz © Provided by Roadshow The Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR concept was one of the bigger debuts at CES 2020. Mercedes-Benz

When it comes to the past seven days, we can pretty much sum it up with three letters: CES. Yes, the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas took the automotive news cycle by storm, bringing us some crazy concept cars, new EVs and a whole bunch of game-changing tech. On top of that, we had some big-time reviews hit the Roadshow feed, as well as a number of other important news stories.

a car parked in front of a curtain: The Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR concept was one of the bigger debuts at CES 2020. © Mercedes-Benz

The Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR concept was one of the bigger debuts at CES 2020.

Here's a recap of the hottest automotive bits from Jan. 5-11.

Top reviews

Faraday Future FF 91 creeps closer to production

a car parked on the side of a road: Faraday Future put its name on the map at CES 2017, when it brought hundreds of journalists to a massive tent to unveil its first car, the electric FF 91. At CES 2020, it's got a version for us to try out.

Faraday Future put its name on the map at CES 2017, when it brought hundreds of journalists to a massive tent to unveil its first car, the electric FF 91. At CES 2020, it's got a version for us to try out.
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Faraday Future FF 91

If it feels like this one's been a long time coming, that's because it has. Faraday Future first showed its FF 91 at CES back in 2017, but now, we've finally had the chance to take a prototype for a spin -- albeit briefly. Turns out, the car is plenty good. It's the company that's in trouble.

Click here to read our Faraday Future FF 91 quick drive review.

2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB250 brings big style to a small package

a car parked in a parking lot: Say hello to Mercedes' newest SUV, the GLB-Class.

Say hello to Mercedes' newest SUV, the GLB-Class.
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2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB250

Mercedes' latest SUV splits the difference between the GLA-Class and GLC-Class crossovers. But as we found out during a week-long test of the compact SUV, the GLB has more personality (and more room for passengers) than both. Of the three, it's the one we'd get.

Click here to read our 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB250 review.

The Nissan Rogue is getting old but it's still worth considering

a car parked in a parking lot: The Nissan Rogue is aging gracefully.

The Nissan Rogue is aging gracefully.
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2020 Nissan Rogue

The tried-and-true Nissan Rogue isn't much different heading into the 2020 model year, but it's still one of the most important vehicles in the compact SUV class. We give one a full test and explain why.

Click here to read our 2020 Nissan Rogue review.

All the cool car stuff at CES 2020

a car parked on the side of a building: Alexa integration is all the rage here at CES 2020, but it's a little more involved than what you might think.

Alexa integration is all the rage here at CES 2020, but it's a little more involved than what you might think.
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Top news

Fisker Ocean waves hello and shows off its studly form

a car parked in a parking lot: Wave hello to the Fisker Ocean electric SUV. The water pun is totally intended.

Wave hello to the Fisker Ocean electric SUV. The water pun is totally intended.
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Testing Comma.ai's driver-assistance add-on

We hop in a Honda Civic with Comma.ai CEO George Hotz to experience the latest version of his company's driver-assistance tech. For $999, you can add advanced adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist to a number of late-model vehicles.

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CES 2020: The best concept cars

Come tour the Consumer Electronics Show with Antuan Goodwin as he shows you the hottest new concepts that took the stage in Las Vegas this week.

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Talking cars and Avatar with James Cameron

The Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR concept was inspired by the movie Avatar. Ahead of its premiere at CES, Tim Stevens had a chance to talk with none other than James Cameron, the visionary behind that amazing flick.

This was originally published on Roadshow.

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