WHEN March 23-24, 2016 WHERE Jacob Javits Center, New York, NY URL www.autoshowny.comSneak peeks and live coverage from the New York International Auto Show with thousands of photos of new vehicles and concept car debuts.
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Still the same aging minivan underneath.

Toyota's active safety equipment is now standard.

A sketch from Honda teases the electrified lookalikes.

The PHEV will be the volume model of the trio.

For every action...

A proper suspension setup is key.

This is some serious multiplication.

There should be enough torque to bring forth another leap year.

It's called Air Grabber, because that's what it does.

The Air Grabber hood scoop first appeared on late 1960s Mopar products.

Or maybe it's 757 hp. Neither, perhaps?

It's the least likely of a few interpretations of hints Dodge has dropped.

Custom tires cover 18- by 11-inch wheels.

We don't recommend wet weather driving.

It's more than 200 pounds lighter than a Hellcat.

Look for modifications to the steering, suspension, and brakes.

Teaser video suggests this car lives its life a quarter mile at a time.

Run, don't walk, to your nearest tattoo parlor.

We recap the year in auto show debuts, highlighting the important new stuff from Chevy, Nissan, Mazda, and others in 2016.

Trick roof and special coloring will cost $34,685.

Loyal Mazda customers have a limited time to preorder the sports car.

Company will refocus on the LA, Chicago, and New York Auto Shows.

Detroit show makes big news, but public attendance is light compared to LA and New York, plus Porsche doesn't sell many cars in Michigan.

Any future Mitsubishi plug-in will likely be a CUV.

The arrival of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has been pushed back so many times we've lost count. But now it's really only a few months away. Hopefully.

A classic Porsche 911 Turbo caught fire inside New York City's Javits Center today, spilling smoke throughout the convention center until the car was doused.

The John Cooper Works label is poised to spread to Mini's most grown-up car, but don't expect a jacked-up off-road version ever.

We invited our Open Road contributors to share their thoughts and opinions on the debuts from this year's show in the Big Apple.

Volvo is charging a big premium for the top version of its flagship model, stepping into the growing field of six-figure SUVs coming out of Europe with the arrival of the XC90 Excellence.

Plus: Analysis on the 2017 Mazda MX-5 Miata RF and Lincoln Navigator

Will we be driving Mercedes-Benz AMGs and Camaro ZL1s forever? Experts weigh in.

Toyota engineers listened to what you did and didn't like about the first Prius Plug In.

As they developed the Prius Prime, Toyota engineers took customer and driver feedback into account. 22 miles of EV range and 120 MPGe are the result.

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