Audi RS E-Tron GT, Ford Bronco Sport Heritage Limited, Honda Accord, Nissan Kicks

The vehicles are very different this week, including a sporty electric vehicle, a family sedan and two crossovers.

The Team is scattered across the globe. Even here in the US we have editors in Los Angeles, a few in Detroit, people in Florida, Ohio and more. And we all love to talk about what we ride. The Test car Happy Hour On Fridays at 4:00 p.m. Eastern (1:00 p.m. Pacific), we kick off the weekend with a face-to-face digital car meetup. You can be part of the conversation by joining us on Facebook during the show, Twitter, or YouTube. Your comments are automatically added to our streaming feed where we can view, share and respond to them.

As a programming note, the Test car Happy Hour will be moved to Thursday at 2:30 p.m. Eastern (11:30 a.m. Pacific) starting next week for the March 23 episode.

Joining us this week is Seyth Miersma, Editor-in-Chief,, Brandon Turkus, Editor-in-Chief, Brett T. Evans, Editor-in-Chief, and John Neff, Editor-in-Chief. It’s a full house for the show, and they have some fascinating vehicles to discuss.

Arranged alphabetically by car manufacturer, Evans shares his recent experience with the Audi RS E-Tron GT Project_513/2 (gallery above). Yes, that’s a complicated name for a vehicle. It is a special project of Audi Exclusive’s personalization department to design an E-Tron GT to look like the original prototype. The company only makes 75 of these, and they’re only available in the US.

Miersma drives the Ford Bronco Sport Heritage Limited. This is another limited edition model with a production run of 1,966 units. It features retro styling touches like a white grille and contrasting roof. The Limited version gets 29-inch off-road tires, leather-trimmed seats, and white door panels.

Turkus spends time with a Honda Accord in the top-of-the-line Touring trim. Compared to smaller models, it has amenities like a 6.0-inch heads-up display, a 12-speaker Bose stereo, and heated and ventilated front seats.

Neff is at the wheel of the little Nissan Kicks, which is getting a few updates for the 2023 model year. It features a 7.0-inch infotainment system and upgraded standard safety tech. The higher-end SV class gets things like adaptive cruise control and an 8.0-inch infotainment system. The top-of-the-range SR features LED headlights and automatic climate control. Also, an optional premium package adds heated seats and an eight-speaker Bose stereo.

A key reason why we do this Test car Happy Hour every week is to answer your questions. Join us during the stream and let our talented editors share their experiences with you. They are ready to help you.

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