Page 18: 2013 New York Auto Show. Big new car debuts are expected in the Big Apple just before Easter every year. Jeep is a perennial favorite at this show.
Rear-wheel-drive Genesis coupe holds promise for the young, oversteer-happy crowd.
Nissan's Maxima returns to its Four Door Sports Car roots with 290 hp. Exterior changes give the Maxima a decidedly muscular look.
Suzuki has its third and final Kizashi concept ready for the New York show. This athletic sedan portends a new entry to the brand's lineup.
Don't call it an El Camino. Pontiac will hold a contest to name this G8-based truck/car.
Pontiac has announced a G8 range-topper with a 402 hp 6.2-liter LS3 V-8. How does 0-60 mph in 4.7 seconds sound?
A little coupe is coming from Saab. This hybridized concept gives us a glimpse and is fueled by ethanol.
Saleen has unveiled their ground-up concept in New York. We hope they build it because this supercharged bird looks mean.
Mini is upping the performance ante with a pair of John Cooper Works badged cars. Try to handle even more torque than the Cooper S.
Volvo will enter the small luxury crossover market with the XC60. We'll see it first at the Geneva show in March.
New information has become available on the next TSX, landing at the New York auto show. No turbo this time, but we expect a diesel soon.
The first street Mustang with a price tag north of $100 grand. Only twenty-five of these special-edition, 620-hp Saleen Mustangs will be built. Do the...
Porsche has announced yet another limited edition Boxster. This one recalls the 1960 Sebring winner 48 years after the fact.
Click here to get high-resolution photo galleries of some of the biggest stars from the New York show, including the Shelby GT500KR and the Infiniti G37...
Chevrolet is showing not one, not even two, but three minicar concepts at this year's New York show. The best part? You get to vote for your favorite.
FMF and Ford have created something funky, and the vehicle is sure to garner a love/hate reaction from most people.