On this week's episode of CarAdvice, Paul Maric and Trent Nikolic talk about the Toyota Supra, seven-seat SUVs, and solar power.
In news, Toyota has finally revealed the the Supra, after a years-long tease involving concept cars, spy photographs and countless rumours.
BMW has a fresh SUV flagship, called the X7. With seven seats and a distinctive face, it's unlike anything else the brand has ever built.
And Volkswagen will partner with Ford on development of the next Amarok, as part of a deal that'll also see the two companies co-develop vans.
The guys put the Mazda CX-8 and Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace head-to-head (read the full comparison here), as they try to find out whether Japan or Germany has the best mid-sized seven-seater on the market, while a viewer has asked about solar panels on cars.
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