2013 New York International Auto Show
New York Auto Show Top Stories
The truck is a 575-horsepower off-road goliath.
Scion is cashing in on some of the excitement surrounding the FR-S.
We're fast fans of the wide, low, muscular sedan.
The Mirage's calling card figures to be its fuel economy.
The win marks the second in a row for Volkswagen.
The car cranks up the horsepower dial to 1,200.
Not a stone was left unturned in this comprehensive refresh.
It looks to offer massive performance above and beyond the already capable ZL1.
This new one just looks like the old one after melting by 10 percent.
It comes with a slew of updates including the segment's first in-car vacuum.
A first look at what is sure to be a heavyweight in the mid-size crossover segment.
The sedan steps up to the big leagues with plenty of luxury.
Most of our attention was focused on the sedan's drivetrain.
The new front end is obviously its most controversial feature.
The 2014 CLA45 AMG can click off a 4.5-second 0-60 miles per hour run.
The last in line is not nearly the least, as evidenced by the 2014 Range Rover Sport.
It aims to improve upon everything Cadillac learned from the ATS project.
It will shortly be vying for attention in the luxury market's newly hot compact segment.
The all-new five-door box-on-wheels offers up nearly an extra inch of wheelbase.
The XJR will be kicking out a full 550-horsepower and 502 pound-feet of torque.
A street-legal, higher-performance version of the already hardcore XKR-S.
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