Is the 2021 Cadillac Escalade the Most Technologically Advanced Vehicle in America?

Road tests of 2021 Subaru Outback, 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid plus the first look at the BMW iX sports activity vehicle

In the program’s interview segment, we take a look at the question could the 2021 Cadillac Escalade be termed the most technologically advanced vehicle in America? With its leading-edge Super Cruise driver’s assist system that borders on self-driving and a wealth of other technological advances, one could make that case. Host Jack Nerad conducts an in-depth interview with Global Cadillac Escalade Product Manager to explore that topic and provide insight into the Escalade’s wealth of features.

In the car review segment, co-host Chris Teague recounts what he learned during his week-long test of the 2021 Subaru Outback. At the wheel of an Onyx Edition, he reveals how well Subaru pulls off luxury.

Also in the car review segment, Nerad discusses his first-drive in the all-new 2021 Honda Accord. One of a small number of journalists to drive the car before its release, he explains why Honda decided to lead with the Hybrid version of the Accord.

In the news Teague and Nerad debate the relative merits — and exterior style — of the upcoming BMW iX sports-activity vehicle. (It’s not a sports utility because “utility is too utilitarian for BMW.) And they also discuss the imminent arrival of the 2021 Lexus LS sedan.