Including new concepts, unveilings, American debuts and some long-shot hopes.
With its growing importance on the motor show map, we can’twait for the New York Auto Show to kick off next week, with press daysstarting on April 16th. The show floor will be packed with new and excitingmodel launches, in addition to some concepts, American-debuts of models we’vealready seen, and of course, some long-shots that we’re still keeping ourfingers crossed for. The latter include the still-possible reveal of thenext-generation Mazda Miata which we’d hoped to see earlier in Chicago.
What is confirmed is a plethora of debuts, including theLand Rover Discovery Vision Concept (and perhaps the awesome Range Rover RS);the 2015 Subaru Outback and Nissan Murano; the production-form Acura TLX (determiningwhether this company should even still exist); the 2015 Dodge Challenger andCharger; a new variant of the Chevrolet Corvette and probably a 50thanniversary Mustang. BMW will show us its recently unveiled M4 Convertible, a(nearly) production-ready X5 eDrive and the American debut of its X4 crossoverand B6 Alpina. Also appearing in America for the first time: McLaren’s 650Sduo, Alfa 4C and Mercedes S63 AMG Coupe.