Posts Tagged ‘ New York Auto Show ’
One of the coolest and most desirable new cars to make its debut at the 2016 New York International Auto Show, for us, was the Mercedes-AMG C63 Cabriolet. We like this thing because in many ways it reminds us of the fabulous CLK55 AMG of the olden days as a high-performance, four-seater soft-top.
A couple of days ago we showed you a rendering of the upcoming 2017 Camaro ZL1 Convertible and speculated on what the high-performance drop-top might be like. Well, the car’s now gone official at the New York Auto Show, and it is every bit as awesome as we were expecting it to be.
Hyundai hit the 2016 New York Auto Show with a concept car named after the magnificent city. The Hyundai Genesis New York Concept is a luxury sports sedan that shows where the Genesis brand is headed with its future production models.
Yes, we too thought Chrysler 300S was dead and gone on account of not hearing anything about it at all this past year. But the car’s still alive and kicking, and Chrysler has come up with new Sport Appearance Packages to make it more interesting.
As promised, Nissan revealed a new version of its GT-R sports car at the New York Auto Show. And as expected, it’s not really new. The 2017 Nissan GT-R continues the trend the Japanese car maker has been following this past few years in which they only slightly tweak the product and, having bumped the […]
On the eve of New York Auto Show Audi unveiled the long awaited drop-top version of the new R8 super car. This wasn’t as exciting as we were hoping for two reasons. First, we had already seen the new Audi R8 Spyder in revealing spyshots, and second, the car’s rather weird looking.
If you want an AMG Merc these days and/or a cabriolet, you really are spoiled for choice. And just to make it harder for you to make a decision, the firm has just released the new Mercedes-AMG C63 Cabriolet at the New York Auto Show.
One of the hottest cars to be unveiled at this year’s New York International Auto Show is also one of the first. Meet the 2017 Lincoln Navigator Concept, a new take on the car maker’s only successful model in recent memory, back with new looks and features to reclaim its position as the top bling-bling […]
As promised, Honda revealed at the New York Auto Show a striking new version of the Honda Civic Hatchback, bringing a bit of Euro chic to Americana. Unveiled in prototype form, the new Civic is also quite un-American under the skin.
Infiniti is introducing a new version of its popular QX70 (formerly FX) at this year’s New York Auto Show. The 2017 Infiniti QX70 Limited comes with, as the name suggests, with a range of premium exterior and interior appointments that make this car a much more exciting proposition than regular versions.
New York International Auto Show is where Volkswagen will officially introduce the U.S.-spec version of the 2017 VW Golf Alltrack to the American public. Based on the Golf SportWagen, the Alltrack Golf is a versatile and capable family wagon with a dash of style.
Finally, after what seems like ages, Toyota is ready to release a face-lift version of the GT86 sports car at the upcoming New York Auto Show. They also seem to have dropped the ‘GT’ from the car’s name, calling it simply the 2017 Toyota 86.
Nissan steps up the whole new car teasing game by releasing a GIF of the 2017 Nissan GT-R back-end, announcing the car’s debut at the upcoming New York Auto Show. The teaser shows the new GT-R’s tail lamps light up and… well, that’s about it.
Having gone through the Geneva Motor Show with nothing to write to home about, Subaru is gearing up for the next major motor show which will take place in New York in about ten days. They will be unveiling a very significant new product, the 2017 Subaru Impreza.
When the first military drone was deployed by the CIA in the first days of the Afghanistan war, nobody really expected this tool to someday become the darling of the online media. But hey, this thing is good at shooting, be it a Hellfire missile or just some harmless footage of a car show.