NY seems bigger than ever this year, with a nonstop press conference schedule on Day 1. We’ve covered every inch of the floor. Here’s some of the best news from opening day of the 2018 New York International Auto Show!
Priced strongly to undercut the Prius Prime and with much better looks, perhaps the 2018 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In is the new PHEV king?
Updated styling and a middle-of-the-range engine don’t do enough to dispel the feeling that the IS is getting old.
The 2018 Kia Niro PHEV subtly re-calibrates your brain to drive as economically as possible. Regenerative braking, coasting, and four separate driving modes provide all the motivation for you to strive for efficiency.
This 2018 GMC Sierra Denali 2500HD is massive in every sense of the word. Its dimensions, power output, and capabilities extend beyond what any casual truck driver could possibly need.
The incredible design, excellent drivability, and high class interior certainly make the 2018 Lexus LC500 worthy of all the attention it receives.
For 2018, Hyundai’s corporate grille design is bolder, larger and much more accented on the front of our Limited trim tester. Around back, a single square outlet exhaust to annoy anyone who prefers symmetry, and a new trunk and taillight design round out the changes.
The midsize sedan segment is really heating up and Ford may have come out with the hottest model of them all. Not content with a simple update to their stylish sedan, engineers went to work under the hood to add more power, more drive wheels, and more exhaust tips to this new variant.
There was no missing the Go Green paint of the Dodge Charger Daytona 392 in the Limited Slip Blog driveway. It signaled the start of a very fun week.
After living with the all-new 2018 Chevrolet Equinox for 10 days, it’s easy to see why this new model is going to be a sales giant for Chevrolet. The bevy of safety features, upscale cabin, and frugal fuel economy will entice shoppers.