I used a roof bike rack on my previous ride for fifteen years. Mileage on long trips was abysmal, and twice
I forgot the bikes were up there and drove into a low overhead, damaging them. Wind noise is annoying, and the rack obscures the view through the sunroof.
On my Jeep, I'm using a hitch-mount rack for bikes (Thule Ridgeline) and a roof rack for kayaks. I mount and dismount them as necessary.
To answer your question: Thule makes a custom fit kit for this car. Start with Thule 460R "rapid podium foot pack," Thule 4019 "fit kit," and Thule RB47 "rapid aero load bar pair" (or wider if you don't mind the bars extending over the roof edge.) That gets you two solid cross bars. Then put whatever you like on those bars. Consider adding a fairing to reduce wind noise. Note the restriction of 150 pounds max on the roof rack, per page 236 of the owner's manual.
Thule products are frequently offered on sale for 20% off. REI is having such a sale this week.
(My previous ride used all Yakima racks. This time around, Thule is a better fit for my needs.)