Lincoln showed what a new generation Navigator could look like.
The new concept is marked by huge gull-wing doors and a three-tier fold-down step.
The new generation MX-5 roadster gains a hardtop version.
The retractable hardtop folds away into the trunk.
Subaru unveils its new generation Impreza, built on an entirely new platform.
The new Impreza has grown in size, adding significant interior space.
The GT-R shows up in New York with an update, but not a generational shift.
Nissan redesigned the interior of the GT-R, increasing the touchscreen size and reducing the number of physical switches.
Nissan displayed every generation of the Skyline GT-R, starting with this first model from 1969.
For its second generation, the Skyline GT-R gained a fastback.
The 2001 Skyline GT-R precedes the current generation, which represents a huge advance on the model's capabilities.
What used to be the Scion FR-S comes to the New York auto show with a new name -- Toyota 86 -- and more power.
Toyota brought the newest version of its plug-in Prius to New York, calling it the Prius Prime and boasting of its 120 mpg equivalent.
The Prius Prime can be had with an 11-inch portrait format touchscreen.
Toyota promoted its new plug-in hybrid with this sculpture.
Kia reengineered its midlevel premium car, lightening the load to get more efficiency from its V-6 engine.
Honda showed off a few variants of its 10th-generation Civic, including this 600-horsepower race car designed for Global Rallycross.
Buick shows off its premium compact SUV.
As with other GM cars, the Buick Encore benefits from a 4G/LTE connection for its OnStar telematics service.
Acura eliminates the hybrid for the GT3 racing version of its NSX.
The bigger Alfa Romeo is ready to make its US debut.
Drop the top and you can hear the sound of 10 cylinders in the Audi R8 Spyder.
Plug-in electric efficiency and sport performance combine in the BMW 330e iPerformance.
Honda promises its 10th-generation Civic in many variants, including a hatchback.
Here is the pure electric drive version of Hyundai's Ioniq, which will coexist with a hybrid and plug-in hybrid version.
Jaguar gets you over 200 mph in a roadster with the F-type SVR.
Swedish automaker Koenigsegg shows up in New York.
Lexus brings sport looks and performance to a hybrid.
Maserati's new luxury SUV takes the stage.
Toyota shows off the prototype of a new compact SUV slated for production.
Toyota shows off its fun little electric runabout, but we still can't buy it.
Toyota tries to educate the public on how fuel-cell vehicles work with this exposed drivetrain for the Mirai.
The creation of a Floridian auto enthusiast, this "Extra Terrestrial Vehicle" started its life with the frame of a 2006 Chevrolet Aveo.
The Aveo's descendant, Chevrolet's Sonic, gets an update at the auto show.
Another angle of Chevrolet's Sonic, the descendant of its Aveo.
The Cruze hatchback makes a return appearance after debuting in Detroit earlier this year.
We really just like looking at this one. There's no news.
We knew this one was coming: the latest generation Chevrolet Camaro gets a potent ZL1 variant.
With 640 horsepower on tap, it's a beastly one.
Honda pledges that all of its new Civic models will continue to be offered with manual transmissions and that Si variants are en route for a 2017 arrival.
Volvo's XC90 showcases an even higher luxury Excellence trim level.
The Excellence features reclining bucket seats on the second row and a concept child safety seat that matches the interior design.
The S90 finally gets a price tag at the show.
Tucked away at the top of Volvo's stage are a pair of classic P1800s.
This blue coupe boasts a gorgeous design. It's a shame we can't get a closer look.
Porsche's freshly renamed and updated 718 Boxster makes its North American debut.
The sexy Buick Avista concept gets a new coat of paint...
...and a new interior color scheme.
Toyota's Corolla turns 50 years old this year and celebrates with a 50th Anniversary edition.
Across the line, the Corolla sees new tech and an updated look. A new XSE trim level is added near the top of the line.