New York City isn’t a town where many people drive cars, but is still the place where you show your car. When driving champion of NASCAR comes to town, burnouts in the street stock cars, and the same goes for pilots and controllers drag Indycar.
There will probably be no burnouts in the 2011 New York Auto Show, but about 1.2 million people more than the presence of any other auto show in the country are expected to take a look at the cars. The 2011 New York Auto Show takes place April 22 to May 1 at the Jacob K.
Javits Convention Center in Manhattan, overlooking the Hudson River. It’s car show big-time final until everyone meets in Paris this summer. We looked at all the cars, and we’re ready to give you all the important news.
There’s a sense of the term for the show in New York, like all concepts secret was discovered, all the news and not infiltrated the area’s talk more about next year than this.
Still, this is an opportunity to see all showcars the season, and over 1,000 vehicles of all convictions in the Javits Center ‘s 846,000 meters squared. As always, the days of the public for the show are free and for all, so much hype and glamor, with the daily prizes, drawings, raffles and even a contest to get a personal guided tour of the show by television personality Jerry Springer.
Camp Jeep even lets you experience some of the terrorists off-road, though the mountains portable, fallen logs and stone bridges false false won’t intimidate someone who has driven through a construction zone on a city street in New York.
The show puts Javits Center on different floors, and if you know where to look, you’ll find something really cool. Down on Level 1, you’ll find a selection of custom cars with big wheels DUB in the cabin, and you can get a glimpse of Medusa uplifting in the same way, exposing a flame ’69 Chevelle.
Find your way to Level 3 and you will see the Bugatti Veyron, not to mention the Bentley Continental Convertible ISR Supersports just set a world record in the ice. And if you lose, just download the application for the new iPhone for the Automobile Show in New York, and it will indicate direction.
Then again, maybe you would look for something you can think of driving:
2012 Audi A7: Although it’s a five-door hatchback, the 2012 Audi A7 is a preview of what we expect from the redesigned 2012 Audi A6, both in size and handling characteristics. As Audi is planning to introduce the A7 as a coupe, the seating layout is four and will only launch the car as a four-seater, even in the U.S.
2013 Chevrolet Malibu: The 2013 Chevrolet Malibu is now a “world car”, so instead of creating different versions for markets around the world, this Malibu will be more or less the same if he’s in Beijing or a dealer in French Lick (which is not in France, by the way). Along with a smaller overall, the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu will also reduce the size of its engine line for an engine 2.5-liter four-cylinder only.
2012 Fiat 500C: Fiat 500C top’s cloth retracts the rear wing to operate at speeds up to 60 mph, so you can open a huge skylight, when the sun peeking from behind the clouds. About 14 exterior color options, 12 color options of the seat, and two interior treatments will be available when the car goes on sale, which will be soon as the weather clears up this spring.
2013 Ford Taurus: When the 2013 Ford Taurus will go on sale in a year, its line of models ranging from a new model with an EcoBoost engine of 2.0 liters of fuel for a more sporty Taurus SHO. Taurus, the EcoBoost engine is expected to deliver 31 mpg on the highway a significant increase over the 2011 Ford Taurus with a 3.5-liter V6 engine that delivers 28 mpg on the highway.
2012 Honda Civic: The 2012 Honda Civic back with more current, if the amorphous exterior design and fuel economy of 40 mpg to match rivals like the revamped Ford Focus and Hyundai Elantra. As before, there’s a Civic for everyone, whether you are a hypermiler abnormal speed, truck or pragmatic people.
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8: The 2012 Grand Cherokee SRT8 is the most powerful Jeep ever. And when it arrives in dealerships this summer with a 6.4 liters V8 engine cranking out 465 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque, some would say. Sitting an inch lower and channeled with a hood, wheel arches, rear spoiler, body color and large, the new Jeep also has a purposeful look.
Mercedes-Benz Concept A-Class: A forerunner of the new generation of Mercedes-Benz A Class, due in 2012 was inaugurated simultaneously in New York and Shanghai auto shows. It has a 210 hp gasoline turbo direct injection 2.0-liter inline-4 engine mated to a dual clutch transmission. It seems that Mercedes is seriously considering bringing the next generation of Class A to the States.
Scion FR-S Concept: Scion finally debut the FR-S Concept, the highly anticipated rear-wheel drive, Subaru-powered coupe that enthusiasts hope to revive the spirit of the Scion. This small but dramatic concept car has a 2.0-liter flat-4 under the hood, and ‘ll be combined with the choice of a six-speed manual or automatic transmission when it goes on sale next year.
2012 Volkswagen Beetle: VW had led to a better silhouette of the Beetle, which could have served as an advertisement for the 1949 model and explained that he wanted to develop the new car at the time the first profile Beetle New Beetle 1998 with the theme of semicircles friendly. This looks like a 1960 Volkswagen Beetle Hot Rod, a little more, a little more and a little smaller. It’s still a Golf under the skin, and this means that the probability of up to 200 horses under the hood.
Volkswagen Bulli Concept: Fresh from its launch at the Geneva Motor Show, the concept Bulli is hopeful that VW still may revive his project to recreate one day Microbus passed to the introduction in 2013 – ’14. They’ve already made a Microbus concept 10 years ago in Detroit, but then canceled production plans. The Bulli is equipped with an electric motor that generates 114 horsepower and gets its power from a lithium-ion batteries. VW says the Bulli has a range of 186 miles surprisingly high versus more EVs.