New York, New York, it's a hell of a... well, you know the rest. Hell of a town, and hell of an auto show. It's been a busy week for us Autobloggers, with debuts happening all over this city throughout the past few days. You certainly don't want to miss a single one, so have a look at our entire New York Auto Show coverage in the handy little roundup, below.

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The 2017 Fiat 124 Spider Elaborazione Abarth sharpens Fiat's droptop and adds retro styling cues, but we wish for more power.

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Nissan's volume pickup truck has finally arrived, with the new Titan Crew Cab coming to New York to do battle with Ford, Chevy, and Ram.

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The new Mini John Cooper Works Convertible debuted in January, but the company is just now giving it a big auto show debut, making this our first real look.

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The Genesis Hybrid Sports Sedan Concept shows that the young brand might be able to take on established players in the crowded segment.

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Despite mediocre sales figures, Kia is soldiering on with a second-generation of its full-size, front-drive Cadenza sedan.

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Nissan has the best display at the New York Auto Show, and it's absolutely because of its awesome collection of vintage Skyline GT-Rs.

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The Toyota Corolla celebrates its 50th anniversary and over 43 million units sold with this special edition revealed at the 2016 New York Auto Show.

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The beginning and the end of Scion on display at the New York Auto Show.

In addition to a new special edition tC, Scion brought many of its important past concepts to this year's New York Auto Show.

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The tC Release Series 10.0 marks the end of the youth-oriented Scion brand, and its public funeral is happening with this debut at the New York Auto Show.

In addition to the Impreza sedan we showed you yesterday, we now have images of the five-door hatchback that'll launch at the same time. Enjoy.

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Can't decide between an Audi SQ5, BMW X4 M40i, or Porsche Macan GTS? Let Benz make your decision even harder with the arrival of the new Mercedes-AMG GLC43 here at the 2016 New York Auto Show.

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The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV finally makes its way to the US at the New York Auto Show, and the plug-in hybrid crossover arrives at dealers this fall.

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The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 adds a trunk to the Japanese brand's subcompact hatchback, and it arrives at the 2016 New York Auto Show.

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We're not sure it's necessarily an improvement, but Chevy has rolled into the 2016 New York Auto Show with a refreshed Sonic hatchback and sedan that draws inspiration from the Camaro.

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The 2017 Chrysler 300S gets a pair of new Sport Appearance Packages, for the interior and exterior, to liven up the serious appearance of the 300's best-looking trim.

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The 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack adds all-wheel drive and extra ground clearance to the Golf SportWagen. When it debuts this fall, the new model could be a challenger against the Subaru Outback.

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Hellcat owners, you should probably be worried.

The Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 rolled into the New York Auto Show with plenty of power, a new ten-speed automatic, and a big chip on its shoulder.

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The 2017 Mercedes-AMG E43 gives buyers a notable performance advantage over the base E300, but it still leaves room for an inevitable E63 AMG to come later.

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Toyota's updated Highlander bowed in New York, showing a fresher face and a more efficient volume powertrain.

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The 2017 Acura MDX gets a face like the Acura Precision Concept, and it now offers a Sport Hybrid with 325-horsepower and improved fuel economy. Acura's safety suite is standard across all models.

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The first vehicle to ride on the new Subaru Global Platform has debuted, with the Japanese AWD specialist showing the 2017 Impreza in New York.

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Acura raced in to the New York Auto Show this year with the new NSX GT3, ditching the hybrid all-wheel-drive system and dual-clutch transmission, but keeping the turbos.

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The more powerful, refreshed 2017 Toyota 86 modernizes the Scion FR-S in the US.

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Mercedes-AMG has fleshed out its C-Class line with the first ever C63 Cabriolet. Straight-line performance is down, but limitless headroom is a good trade.

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Hyundai's electrified Ioniq might just be the green star of this year's New York Auto Show, offering consumers hybrid, plug-in, and all-electric options.

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Audi is bringing the new R8 Spyder to the Big Apple, offering up the same visual upgrades and a standard 5.2-liter V10 engine.

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The 2017 Nissan GT-R now boasts 565 horsepower and 467 pound-feet of torque. The Japanese brand's halo model also gets styling tweaks, including an updated face and significant interior changes.

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New 8.8-kWh battery will double electric range, but that's still not a lot.

Toyota dropped the Prius Prime into the New York show mix today, joining the ranks of the mid-level PHEVs with its 22-mile electric range.

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Oh, and it has gullwing doors.

Lincoln was one of the first to make large, luxurious SUVs. The Navigator concept offers a strong reminder for those who have forgotten.

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We expected a power retractable hardtop. This is a pleasant surprise.

The RF, or retractable fastback, version of the Miata roadster surprises before the New York International Auto Show with a targa roof setup.

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The Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class is a competent, comfortable small crossover, but if you don't need the carrying capacity, the swoopy GLC Coupe might be for you.

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Honda will be the fifth manufacturer to join the Red Bull Global Rallycross, announcing that it'd campaign the new Civic Coupe in the 2016 season.

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Following the reveal of the new Opel Mokka in Geneva, Buick is giving the small crossover an Encore performance at the New York Auto Show this week, complete with a fresh face and updated equipment.

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