Ford is combining two of its biggest performance off-road nameplates for the first time in history: Raptor and Bronco.
The Maverick is a five-passenger, four-door pickup with a standard full-hybrid powertrain. Cut from the same cloth, and given the same attention to detail, as the new Bronco Sport, the Maverick is Ford’s way of setting the bar in the emerging compact pickup market.
Ford pioneered the market of the desert-runner production truck with the introduction of the 2009 F-150 Raptor. Now, 12 years later, Ford is debuting the all-new 2021 F-150 Raptor.
Ford packs innovation and familiarity into the new 20201 F-150, hoping to prove they still build America’s #1 truck.
For 2021, the Mach 1 trim level is returning to Fords iconic ponycar.
The all-new 2021 Kia Seltos is a rugged and right-sized CUV that brings all-weather capability and excellent technology to drivers everywhere.
With features that improve daily comfort and technology to make it safer to haul, life with a heavy duty truck will be easier with the 2020 GMC Sierra HD.
Check out our Day 2 coverage of the NYIAS and head over to the Javits starting tomorrow, April 19th, to walk the floor yourself.
We’ve distilled Day 1 of the 2019 NYIAS down to what we consider the big highlights.
Check out the list of the 5 Best and 5 Worst from the 2018 NYIAS and go see the show for yourself!