We spied the 2018 Porsche Cayenne; the dispute over Paul Walker's cars came to a close; and the new Ford Focus RS has landed in the U.S. market. It's the Week in Reverse, right here at Motor Authority.

Porsche is preparing the new 2018 Cayenne and our spy photographers caught a prototype testing on public roads. Like most models from the German automaker, the new Cayenne's design is evolutionary, but we at least know it'll have a sleeker profile and lighter weight thanks to a new platform.

A long-running and bitter dispute over the late Paul Walker's car collection has finally come to an end. The details of a settled lawsuit between the family and the man they say "stole" the cars have been kept from the public, but we hear Walker's cars will be returned to his estate's collection.

After failing to sell at auction the first time, a wrecked Porsche 918 Spyder with just 92 miles on the odometer is for sale—again. It's a bargain, kinda. Good news: the current bid is $11,000. Not so good news: repair estimates come in at $600,000.

After a long wait, enthusiasts are finally taking delivery of the new Ford Focus RS in the U.S. Why is this a thing? It's the first time we've ever gotten the model, despite several generations released worldwide.

Tesla started selling the upgraded battery pack for the Roadster that will give the car a 340-mile range. Priced from $29,000, the upgrade is pricey, but the Roadster wasn't exactly cheap to begin with.