A Look At The 2018 New York Auto Show
Take a look at some of our picks.
The 2018 Geneva Motor Show was a successful event, where enthusiasts had a chance to see many new SUVs, convertibles, sedans and sports cars. While we are still rife with the excitement from Geneva show, preparations have been started for the New York Auto Show which will start later this week.
The anticipated event will begin from March 30th and continue for more than a week, revealing hundreds of new vehicles. The good news for you is that the Javits Center in Manhattan will have production cars overshadowing the concept cars, which implies there will be more cars making their way to production lines while a few of them won’t be materialized.
Take a look at some of our picks that will be displayed at the forthcoming New York Auto Show.
2019 Cadillac CT6 V-Sport
An upgraded CT6 will be showcased at the New York Auto Show. The CT6 V-Sport will have a powerful new engine powering all the four wheels and purge 550 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque. Like a cherry on top, the dual turbo 4.2-liter V8, which is Cadillac’s first customized engine since the Northstar V8, will be married to a 10-speed transmission.
2019 Kia K900
Till now only a few teasers and key details have been released about the 2019 K900, which will be the brand’s next flagship sedan. For the new model, there have been changes in the exterior and interior design that make the sedan look more appealing. We only got a glimpse of the actual sedan and are anxiously waiting for the unveiling in New York
Lincoln Aviator Concept
Lincoln, Ford’s luxury division, is all set to revive the Lincoln Aviator SUV. You will have the full taste of the concept at the New York Auto Show. The production version will take one to two years to materialize. The design of the 3-row crossover luxury SUV will resemble that of the smaller SUV, Nautilus.
2019 Nissan Altima
The mid-size Altima sedan gets a fresh design for the 2019 model year. Nissan teased the car by releasing a sketch that shows the Altima had a sporty and confident front fascia with aggressive lines on the sides. Nissan is tight-lipped on the performance and other details, however, rumors claim the sedan will have multiple engine options and all-wheel drive.
2019 Ford Fusion
The popular 2019 Fusion sedan has had minor design changes for the new model; however, the hybrid version has been vastly ameliorated to render a higher EV range. The Ford sedan also has the new driving assist and safety features under the name Co-Pilot 360.
2019 Toyota RAV4
Toyota’s SUV entry in New York will be a freshly designed RAV4. The crossover has the accolade of being the best-selling SUV for Toyota in the US, so excitement is off the roof. Not much has been disclosed ahead of the official unveiling but the RAV4 has been teased with a beautiful silhouette snapshot.
2019 Subaru Forester
Following in Toyota’s footsteps, Subaru has also only released a teaser image of its SUV entrant. The Subaru Forester has been redesigned, which is slightly evident from the rare prototype sightings. The Forester resembles the mid-sized Ascent, however, not much can be told as details are currently intimate.
For more exciting new vehicles and concepts, stay tuned as we bring you the latest on the New York Auto Show.