First Drive of Revolutionary 2022 Kia EV6 Electric Vehicle — Why it Might Change the Way You Drive

Interview with CarBravo Head Dan Ahearn on why GM is Shaking Up the Used Car Market; Road Test: 2022 Honda Civic Si; Tesla Motors in Hot Water with NHTSA

The Kia EV6 not only is likely to change the way the American public thinks about the Kia brand, but it also has the chance to change the entire automotive market. We are among the first U.S. Journalists to drive the EV6, and we can attest to the fact that it will address many of the issues the typical buyer has with buying a battery-electric. Our review of the vehicle by Host Jack Nerad will detail what drivers can expect from the new car.

In the news segment, Tesla Motors is into hot water again for what its self-driving beta software will do and won’t do. We’ll have all the details. Also in the news, a new study from J.D. Power finds that first-time electric-vehicle buyers are enjoying the new experience even more than veteran EV owners. And we’ll tell you why.

The used car market is hotter than a summer resort on planet Mercury right now, and General Motors is taking an interesting step to capitalize on that. Our special guest is Dan Ahearn, Senior Manager of CarBravo, a new General Motors effort to give consumers a completely new way to buy a used car, including non-GM used cars. And we’ll get the details from Dan Ahearn on what this means to you.

In the road test segment, Co-Host Chris Teague will give us all an incisive look at the hot new 2022 Honda Civic Si. Does it deserve its North American Car of the Year title?

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