The new Huracan Tecnica is billed as having the perfect blend of on-road and track capabilities.
Just 360 examples of this special edition are promised.
Seriously, don't touch it. Look at all those sharp bits!
Lots of the Q50's optional bits are now included.
Expect the 2020 Legacy's changes to appear on the Outback, too.
This hand-assembled sedan is slathered in obscenely rich nano-pigment paint. A PMC version of the MDX is coming soon, too.
The other exotic Italian sports car maker will debut a new customization program and a high-end leather interior for its models at the New York Auto Show.
The current-generation Highlander was introduced at the 2013 NYIAS.
Hyundai's lineup is poised to get another funky and affordable crossover SUV.
Hyundai's lineup is about to add one of the industry's smallest and most-affordable new SUVs.
Expect the specs to be similar to the A35.
With a sleek new look and two hybrid options, Ford's best-selling crossover will look to tap into a more sophisticated buyer.
Nissan's aging but affordable sedan will be renewed.
The new model is expected to replace the MKC in Lincoln's lineup.
Hyundai's new entry-level crossover gets a strange, hipper-than-thou name ahead of its New York Auto Show reveal on April 17.
The refreshed crossover-coupe goes on sale in late 2019.
No additional details have been offered just yet.
The rakish crossover brings a host of updates to the 2019 New York Auto Show.
Cadillac's newest sedan debuts at the 2019 New York Auto Show.
Cadillac's starting the slow social-media tease for the car today.
The A-segment crossover will be "distinctively different" than its larger Kona sibling.
Maybe not in terms of physical size, but in terms of sales, Toyota's latest SUV is poised to rule the Big Apple.
Market conditions aren't ripe for the return of a battery-electric model, a Toyota exec suggests, but the hybrid's future looks bright.
The new SiriusXM 360L system provides on-demand 4G LTE audio streaming for music, talk and sports in the 2019 Ram 1500.
The RAV4 is all-new for 2019, but how will it compare to its rivals from Subaru, Honda and Nissan?
Some of New York's most important debuts were crossovers and SUVs. From the Toyota RAV4 and Subaru Forester to Volkswagen's Atlas Cross Sport concept and Lincoln's prototype Aviator, here's the full roundup.
With so many options for electric and hybrid powertrains, now is a good time travel green.
Not just filled with eye candy and fanciful concepts, the 2018 New York Auto Show has a ton of debuts that will end up in dealer showrooms in the near future.
From full EVs to plug-in hybrids, there's plenty of power to go around.
Because black trim makes all cars look better.