Popular Tags Cars

2019 New York Auto Show Is Gonna Be A Big One

New York Auto Show

Porsche, Acura, Genesis, Mercedes, and other manufacturers will debut new models at the 2019 New York Auto Show in April.

It was only a few weeks ago when the LA Auto Show opened its doors, but the show now feels like a distant memory. It was certainly one of the more eventful shows in recent years with major new model debuts such as the all-new 2020 Porsche 911 and the Jeep Gladiator.

The next event on the auto show calendar is the North American International Auto Show in Detroit next month, where the new Toyota Supra will finally make its debut alongside the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. Looking further ahead, the Geneva Motor Show will take place in March followed by the New York Auto Show in April. Yes, the first year quarter is an absurdly busy time for auto shows if you hadn’t already gathered.

Details are limited, but organizers of the New York Auto Show have announced that we can expect to see new model debuts from Toyota, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Acura, Genesis, Porsche, Subaru, Kia, and “many others.”

"Once press and industry days have concluded, we're expecting over one million consumers to come through the doors," said show chairman, John LaSorsa. "And most of them will be here to research and compare models before visiting dealerships. According to recently published data from Foresight Research, they come to our Show to see the latest vehicles, learn about new technology and make real decisions before making their next purchase."

You Might Also Like
Corrupt Vice President's Hypercar Collection Up For Sale
Corrupt Vice President's Hypercar Collection Up For Sale
Tracy Morgan’s Bugatti Veyron Crash Will Cost Him A Fortune
Tracy Morgan’s Bugatti Veyron Crash Will Cost Him A Fortune

Acura could debut the 2020 TLX Type S, which is expected to be powered by an all-new turbocharged V6 engine, while Genesis could unveil its first ever crossover. Remember, the gorgeous GV80 Concept debuted at the 2017 New York Auto Show, so it would make sense to present the production model a year later at the same show. Alternatively, Genesis could unveil the US-spec 2020 G90.

Mercedes-Benz could lift the wraps off the all-new GLS. As for Porsche, we’re expecting to see the debut of another all-new 911 variant such as the Cabriolet, GT3 or Turbo.

Gallery

7
PHOTOS