Using your car to order donuts? That’s just the first of several things we cover in this episode of the “Talking Cars with Consumer Reports” video podcast.

Looking at how GM’s new infotainment feature—called Marketplace—allows you to order and pay for coffee, find the closest gas station, and make dinner reservations kicks off this podcast and spurs questions of “Is this a good thing?” and “Is it something you could see yourself actually using?” While this feature is available on eligible Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC vehicles, our first experience shows mixed reactions.

Jake Fisher, CR’s director of auto testing, and Ryan Pszczolkowski, auto technician, kick off the discussion about legendary Italian automaker Lamborghini’s 650-hp, $200,000 Urus SUV.  

Then we talk about some of the cars we’re driving at the track: the Buick EnclaveGMC Terrain, and Kia Rio.

Before we test any car, it has to accumulate at least 2,000 miles, which is a challenge for the Rio (you’ll have to watch to find out why). The new GM SUVs both face a very competitive market. Translation: Good enough isn’t good enough anymore. (Read our Buick Enclave and GMC Terrain first drives.)

Finally, Jake brings his breakfast beverage of choice to the set and unveils the mystery drink that keeps him young (or at least jolts him awake).

Jake Fisher, Mike Quincy, and Ryan Pszczolkowski
Jake Fisher, Mike Quincy, and Ryan Pszczolkowski

As with other “Talking Cars” episodes, this one is available free through Apple Podcasts. (Subscribe to the audio or video.) You’ll also find the video on YouTube.