This week our Car Tech team was on-hand at the 2013 New York auto show, busily scouring the floors in order to bring you the best from the event, here in video format.
1. 2014 Kia Soul
The 2014 Kia Soul is the surprise of the 2013 New York auto show and a hit of the "box on wheels" movement, plus it comes stacked with some nifty tech.
2. Jeep Cherokee
Gone is your iconic America Jeep look; here to stay possibly is the more streamlined and possibly controversial front end of the new Jeep Cherokee, with a face that tracks its lineage to Alfa Romeo, which also owns Jeep. CNET's Brian Cooley dissects the look and the tech.
3. 2014 Honda Odyssey
Honda brought out its popular Odyssey with a new wrinkle. This time in partnership with Shop-Vac, the Odyssey includes a built-in vacuum that can reach from the front to the back.
4. BMW iDrive 4.2
BMW rolled out an update of its popular iDrive system, which now includes a 4G hot spot and four new apps.
5. Range Rover Sport
Heeding the call of several automakers to lose weight and gain efficiency, Land Rover drastically trimmed the pounds of its Range Rover Sport model and gave it a fuel-efficient engine as well.
6. 2014 Cadillac CTS
Cadillac is more than up to the challenge of competing with the German luxury cars with the CTS, now with some weight-saving tech as well as a new graphical interface inside.
NY Auto Show 2013
Check out CNET's coverage of the New York International Auto Show 2013.
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