2015 New York International Auto Show
Our favourite oddities and obscure vehicles from the NYIAS this year
New Outlanter features “over 100 engineering and design improvements” including a whole new face.
New truck comes in plug-in hybrid mode or V8 AMG version
A 2016 model styling refresh and more powerful and fuel efficient hybrid engine are the latest evolutions for Toyota’s hot-selling compact SUV.
The 2016 Hyundai Tucson will arrive with a new 1.6L turbo engine and seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Nissan’s four-door sports car stays true to its concept styling, adds power and tech
German automaker earns Car of the Year, plus Luxury and Performance titles, says international jury
Minicar now standard with Bluetooth, crosswind assist and a more powerful three-cylinder
New minicar gets “grown-up” look plus better materials and, yes, buttons
We talked to Omar Odeh, the product marketing manager for the Focus RS, about what to expect when the car hits showrooms
While not a complete redesign, the 2016 Infiniti QX50 gets some notable updates.
New lightweight, 375-horsepower roadster nixes radios, A/C in the name of a pure driving experience
Honda surprises in New York, by showcasing an all-new 10th-generation Civic Concept and confirming the eventual arrival of a Type R for North America.
Flagship sedan boasts full-size dimensions but compact weight and agility
Kia unveiled its fourth-generation Optima at the New York International Auto Show this week, showing off a handsome evolution for their popular sedan.
Lexus’ popular mid-size luxury SUV gets it’s most dramatic and edgy look to date, and offers several new low-cost safety features.
2016 sedan offers new styling, more space, plus first-ever Teen Driver monitoring system
Scion will sell its all-new iA sedan south of the border, while subcompact sedans-loving Canadians will essentially get the same car badged as a Toyota Yaris sedan.
Arriving in Canada in the fall of 2015, Scion’s stylish new 5-door hatch promises performance and practicality in one package.
New SVAutobiography boasts 550-horsepower supercharged V8, two-tone paint and knurled aluminum interior trim
New concept “hints strongly” at ‘quiet luxury’ full-size sedan due out 2016
New 328-km/h “Sports Series” car blends racing technology with day-to-day useability
These are the most anticipated vehicles set to appear in New York.
Second-generation luxury sedan features all-new lightweight aluminum structure, making high-wire debut possible
Two models to make their world debuts at the 2015 New York International Auto Show