The 2019 New York Auto Show has cars, trucks, and crossovers that run the gamut from practical to fanciful. Here are our 5 favorite vehicles from the Big Apple.
New York Auto Show
Integrated swing-in roof rails return with new tie down points.
We take hundreds of car photos in Manhattan, that is. Enjoy!
It would look a lot more like the Tarok concept, priced in the mid-$20,000s.
Company will make an announcement soon on where it locates plant
It will have hatchback, crossover and 4-door 'coupe' derivatives.
A new regular cab is also still a mystery.
Design chief Ian Callum also says there's plenty of life left in sedans.
It's real, but we still have a lot of questions.
The revised system gets a mechanical limited-slip diff
Brand also debuts limited-edition Stinger GTS with RWD-biased dynamic AWD.
Now that the CX-5 diesel is confirmed for July, we believe it.
We sit down with chief engineer Yoshikazu Saeki to find out more.
One 'ring to rule them all
We've got the 2.2-liter Skyactiv-D in the CX-5 – but it ain't cheap
Automaker confirmed a hybrid model in New York, too.
It introduces a 260-hp XT model.