2019 New York Auto Show
It's our final auto show of the season, and you might say some automakers saved the best for last.
We recap the big car news from the Big Apple.
Plus, hints about a future V performance variant to come.
We take hundreds of car photos in Manhattan, that is. Enjoy!
The crosstown crossover battle.
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.