New York International Auto Show March 29-April 7, 2013

Mark your calendars, the New York International Auto Show will be  back at the Jacob Javits Center from March 29 – April 7, 2013 and there  will be  some of the hottest cars and trucks ever seen all under one roof. That means more sneak peeks, more brand new ’13 & ’14 production models and more concept vehicles than ever before.

In 1900, the New York International Automobile Show became North
America’s first automotive exhibition. For over one hundred years,
through depression, war, boom-time, oil crisis, recession and growth, it
has continued its pioneering tradition of bringing new and innovative
ideas to a national and world stage. In the last decade, the Show has
boosted the number of new vehicle announcements, broken attendance
figures, and increased media attention to extraordinary levels.

Combined with the City’s energy, and the fact that metro New York is one of the nation’s largest markets for new car and truck sales, the Show is now one of the most important automotive events in the world. 1000+ vehicles. 

Chevrolet unveils the Corvette c7 Stingray.
The Stingray is the best-looking Corvette in 40 years, hands down.
Chevrolet has smartly – and finally – done away with the round
quad taillights and replaced them with much more reminiscent of the
current Camaro.
My dad always drove a Cadillac. But these new Cadillacs are not like dads!  The ATS Sedan is purposefully designed to deliver exceptional handling and control. This compact luxury sport sedan  is as nimble and exhilarating as it is luxurious and technologically advanced. With  premium steering plus available Brembo®
front brakes and Magnetic Ride Control, its handcrafted interior adds
the finishing touch on a brilliantly executed fusion of luxury and
sport.

With sleek styling rivaling Cadillac’s own CTS coupe and luxury features you might not find in comparable plug-ins, the 2014 CadillacELR aims for the best of both worlds. Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Maysexplains that the new ELR uses an electric motor and a small
turbocharged four-cylinder engine; the combination is good for 35 miles
of electric-only range and 300 miles of total range.

You’ll find everything from the big and beautiful tough trucks  to the pint sized Smart cars. It’s all here!
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