After the annual supercar festival that was the Geneva Motor Show, the New York Auto Show looks as if it’s going to be a more laid-back affair with only a few high-profile reveals on the docket, and with several high profile brands such as Bentley, Ferrari, and McLaren skipping this year.
Still, there’s going to be plenty of automotive hotness and new everyday models to go around. For over 115 years, the New York Auto Show has been one of the largest car shows in America and a place for carmakers to see and be seen.
The 2017 show will run from April 14 to April 23 at the Javits Center. Here’s a quick rundown of some of the coolest and most important cars we can’t wait to see at this year’s show.
Even though New York won’t be an over-the-top-supercar-palooza, there will be plenty automotive eye candy on show. The most anticipated unveiling this year is the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon — a car that promises to be lighter, faster, and more powerful than the 707 hp Challenger Hellcat.
In addition, Fiat-Chrysler is expected to introduce the 700 horsepower, Hellcat-powered Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk.
Mercedes-AMG will unveil a pair of high-performance crossovers in the form of the GLC 63 SUV and…
… The GLC 63 Coupe.
Nissan will roll out a new variant of its iconic GT-R called the Track Edition along with…
… The 370Z Heritage Edition.
Infiniti will introduce a new large SUV concept called the QX80 Monograph.
While Acura will unveil a refreshed version of its TLX sedan complete with a facelift.
Lexus will have a new F Sport version of its recently-unveiled LS flagship sedan on display while its Toyota sister brand…
… Has teased the upcoming FT-4X Concept ahead of the show.
Honda is expected to launch an expanded line of environmentally friendly Clarity models.
Buick’s newly introduced Regal TourX wagon and…
…. Regal Sportback models will make their auto show debuts.
This will also the be the first auto show for Subaru’s refreshed 2018 Outback.
Jaguar will reportedly have a new turbocharged four-cylinder version of its F-Type sports car at the show.
There will also be some serious eye candy that recently debuted at other shows. Leading that pack is Range Rover’s stunning Velar SUV that will be making its North American debut.
Porsche’s Panamera Sport Turismo wagon,…
… 680 horsepower Panamera Turbo S Hybrid, and…
… new generation 911 GT3 will all appear in North America for the first time following their world debuts in Geneva.
Audi’s high-performance RS3 sedan and…
… TT RS Coupe will be on display on our side of the pond for the first time.
As will Volvo’s all-new XC60 crossover SUV.
Mercedes-AMG’s eye-catching GT Concept will also make its debut stateside.
Honda’s long-awaited production Civic Si will be at the show along with…
Alfa Romeo’s intriguing Stelvio SUV.