New York Auto Show
2022 Press Days: April 13–14
While you may think of New York City as one of the most car-averse places in the country, the New York auto show is the nation's oldest auto show, dating back to 1900. Taking place in the sprawling Javits Center in Manhattan each spring, it often plays home to many significant world debuts, including both production models and concept cars.
Lee talked with Car and Driver at the New York auto show about the transition to electric cars and the design possibilities EVs are creating.
The latest electric startup, Deus Automobiles, has revealed a hypercar with ridiculous horsepower and torque figures and a 99-unit production run planned in 2025.
The snazzy EV concept's color scheme is called Graphite, and it extends to the SUV's interior, too.
The award-winning three-row SUV also sees slight styling tweaks.
Bolder styling and a more spacious cabin are intended to broaden the small Niro SUV's appeal.
Hyundai’s popular mid-size SUV has been refreshed for 2023, with sharper styling and goodies like a Wi-Fi hotspot and a digital rearview mirror.
The all-wheel-drive wagon is facelifted but not much else is changed other than upgraded driver-assistance and infotainment features.
The new "L" version of Jeep's three-row SUVs has a longer wheelbase, more cargo space, and standard Hurricane engines.
For its fifth year on sale, BMW's flagship three-row SUV gets a new design, a huge curved screen, and revised powertrains with more power and hybrid assist.
The new Pathfinder wears this rugged-looking package better than the old model did.
The car updates the classic look and livery for the current GT. It will be on display at the New York auto show next week.
The updated three-row SUV will debut next week, and the interior looks to receive the bulk of the changes.
The three-row SUV looks to have a chunkier front grille and interesting new headlights, and all the details will be revealed April 13.
Larger than before but with a similar gas-electric powertrain, the second-generation Niro will make its U.S. debut April 13 at the New York auto show.
Austrian company has teased its first vehicle, an electric supercar that receives technical know-how from Italdesign and Williams Advanced Engineering.
Before the Blazer gets the EV treatment, Chevy has updated the mid-size crossover with a new front end and a more modern cabin.
The legendary Z turns 50 and celebrates with a unique livery inspired by the iconic BRE 240Z race car.
A Honda HR-V crash-tested by IIHS brings home the damage of a 40-mph crash in an unforgettable display of pulverized sheetmetal.
We get it, Subaru. You love dogs and the outdoors.
Because pulling in isn't always easy, and you deserve it, the new top-end SUV will make all the adjustments for you.
Audi's V-10 supercar skips the 2019 model year and continues its very special existence.