As we've alluded to in previous posts, we're on our way to take in the Press Preview at the New York Auto Show, which starts up tomorrow and runs through Thursday.  Follow through to the jump to see what we're expecting to see, and remember: the same deal applies as it did in Chicago: Let us know if you need anything while we're scoping out Javits. We're going to be tight on time and can't promise we'll get to your request, but the Autoblog crew will do its level best to snap photos and snag the details on the rides you want. What are you waiting for? Sound off in 'comments!'

[Sources: NY Auto Show and Edmunds]

2006 NYIAS World and North American Debuts
     
WORLD INTRODUCTIONS:
     
Acura RDX SUV  
Acura MDX  
Bentley Continental GTC  
Chrysler 300 Long Wheelbase  
Chrysler Aspen CSE  
Ford Mustang Special Edition  
Hyundai Elantra  
Infiniti G35  
Jeep Patriot  
Jeep Wrangler 4 Door  
Lexus LS 600h  
Mazda CX-9  
Mercedes-Benz E320 BLUETEC  
Mercedes-Benz E-Class 550 Sport  
Mercedes-Benz E-Class 63 AMG  
Mitsubishi Outlander  
Nissan Altima  
Pontiac G6 GXP  
Saleen Parnelli Jones Limited Edition  
Saturn Saturn Sky Red Line  
Saturn PreVue Concept  
Saturn Aura  
Saturn Outlook  
Scion Scion Sport Coupe Concept  
Scion tc Release Series 2.0  
Suzuki XL7  
Volvo XC90  
     
     
NORTH AMERICAN INTRODUCTIONS:
     
Audi A4 Convertible  
Audi S4 Convertible  
Audi TT  
BMW Z4 Coupe  
Kia Sorrento  
Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder  
Land Rover Land_e  Concept  
Lotus Exige Competition  
Mazda Mazdaspeed3  
Mazda Mazda 3  
MINI Cooper S John Cooper Works GP  
Mitsubishi Concept-X  
Rolls-Royce Phantom Extended Wheelbase  
Saab Aero-X  
Spyker SUV  
Subaru Legacy  
Suzuki SX4  
Volvo S80  


Photographs will appear after the vehicles have been unveiled to the media on April 12th and 13th.

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