Articles about New York Auto Show

A nod to the classic FJs of past
Kids these days. It's a saying that just about sums up our thoughts on Toyota's latest New York Auto Show revelation, the Future Toyota-Four Wheel Drive Crossover, or FT-4X for short.The FT-4X is basically being pitched
700+hp and 875Nm of torque
Everybody, brace yourself for the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: the world's fastest and most powerful SUV.Want some numbers to chew on? Well, feast on these: 0-100kph in 3.5 seconds, a top speed of 290kph, 100-0kph seen off
'Copzilla' to be displayed at New York Auto Show
What would Godzilla look like in a police uniform? Well, that rather mighty and light-y car above is as good a hint as any. As you can see, it's a Nissan GT-R cop car, and it has instantly earned
It has luxury written all over it
In November, Kia gave us a glimpse of the next-generation Cadenza. While the teaser was simply just a couple of sketches hinting at things to come, they did offer a very good idea of what the Korean company's large sedan
It's a 300+kph hair dryer
It was about a year ago when Audi revealed the all-new R8 at the Geneva Motor Show. An evolution of the automobile that put the German luxury brand in the realm of supercars, the R8 offered dynamic driving mixed with Audi'
Set to compete in 2017
Acura has always been synonymous with premium luxury. The brand ranks right up there with the likes of Lexus, competing for a share of the upscale automotive pie. But despite its reputation, motorsport still remains in the company's genes. This is
The biggest update since 2007
So Japan's super coupe soldiers on with welcome improvements, as unveiled at the ongoing New York International Auto Show. Here's what's new with the Nissan GT-R.1. It's got a new face. Nissan tells us the size
Underpinned by a new platform
This, fans of niche all-wheel-drive sedans, is the new Subaru Impreza. And no, it doesn't look a whole heap different from the one it replaces. There are some new, sculptured creases down the side and some squintier headlights, but
Retractable hardtop for the win!
The Mazda MX-5 is a great car, no doubt about it. It has swept almost all the major automotive awards in the world, including Top Gear Philippines' Car of the Year trophy last year. It is so great, in fact, that
To be seen on other Mitsubishi models soon
There once was a time when Mitsubishi wasn't exactly the most viable of automotive companies. Poor quality and even poorer sales were just some of the issues plaguing the Japanese auto firm. But just like any valiant samurai, Mitsubishi fought hard
Check out photos of this concept car
The Honda Civic was once the poster boy for Japanese hot hatches and sports sedans, and the default choice for boy racers. Two decades and a couple of generations later, however, some feel the model has lost its edge. Honda wants to
Both at New York and Seoul motor shows
Teased just a month ago, the all-new Chevrolet Spark was finally revealed at the New York Auto Show and the Seoul Motor Show. Could this be the car that would throw the bow-tie brand back in the local mini-car
To be displayed at New York Auto Show
Car fans have waited so long for the terms BRZ and STI to come together, joined under the Subaru badge. Well, it just happened--sort of--as the Japanese carmaker unveiled this display car for this year's New York International Auto
See if you like the exterior design
Kia is set to reveal the all-new Optima midsize sedan at the New York Auto Show, which will open its doors to the public on April 3. While that's only a couple of weeks away, the Korean carmaker has decided
Of its door, at least
After releasing teasers of its upcoming Sports Series, McLaren Automotive has finally released the first official image of its entry-level sports car--or a section of it, to be exact.What we're looking at here is obviously the door and
To be unveiled at Seoul and NY auto shows
The automotive A-segment has gained a lot of popularity in recent years with the arrival of several new models, including the Mitsubishi Mirage and the Toyota Wigo--two of the most popular cars dominating this segment today. The equally little Chevrolet
To be unveiled next month
The midsize sedan segment has always been one of the most competitive classes in the car industry. Almost every player has its own offering, although admittedly, the dominant nameplates are the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord. And then there is the
To be unveiled at New York Auto Show
Remember the Nissan Maxima nameplate? It may no longer be sold in our market today, but the model continues to exist in other parts of the globe (particularly in the United States). Well, the Japanese carmaker has released a couple of official
Discovery nameplate to become a family of vehicles
In 2015, the all-new Land Rover Discovery is scheduled to be launched globally. But before it happens, the British vehicle manufacturer is giving us a glimpse of what its future family of Discovery vehicles might look like with the Discovery Vision
Now with carmaker's current design theme
The all-new Nissan Murano will make its global debut at the 2014 New York Auto Show, ditching its usually avant-garde front fascia for one that's in keeping with the Japanese carmaker's current design direction--featuring a V-motion
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