Official: New York Auto Show Returns For 2022

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The upcoming exhibition will include exciting engagements for attendees.

After a two-year hiatus brought on by the pandemic, the 2022 New York Auto Show will open its doors to the public from April 15 to 24. It will return to its regular venue at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan. Scheduled for a 2021 event, the auto show had to be canceled following a sharp uptick in the number of coronavirus cases at the time.

The highly-anticipated motor show will play host to myriad innovative displays, with scores of carmakers all itching to display their new 2022 and 2023 models. The latest exhibition will include several new engagements for attendees, including a multi-brand electric vehicle test track, an Automotive Aftermarket Experience, and, for the first time, a personal Micro-Mobility Expo which will showcase the latest in electric 'last-mile' transport.

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The international motor show has been a staple in New York City since 1900, making this return all the more exciting. It's the city's largest publicly attended consumer event, generating hundreds of millions of dollars in economic impact for the Big Apple and the state itself. Aside from the ten-day run for show-goers and consumers, the auto show is partnering with well-established motoring organizations such as J.D. Power and the World Car Awards.

President of the New York Auto Show, Mark Schienberg, shared his excitement. "In the past two years there's been so much change with new and exciting products, technology and advancements and we can't wait to again showcase the very best that the industry has to offer to potential car buyers throughout our area."

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In past years, the auto show has been the preferred stage for automakers to reveal their latest vehicles and concepts. Last hosted in 2019, the most recent exhibition featured the world debut of the Mercedes-AMG CLA 35 and its sedan sibling, the A35 Sedan. Last year, the exciting Nissan Z was planned to premiere, but sadly the Japanese sports car never got its 15 minutes of fame. Hopefully, all goes according to plan. Last year, the show was canceled just two weeks ahead of the kick-off date.

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