2017 New York Auto Show: Vehicle Coverage
Monday, 10 April 2017 01:00

The press days for the 2017 New York Auto Show are set to occur on April 12th and 13th, followed by a public show that will run through April 23rd of 2017.

New York Auto Show Logo

"Ushering in the latest automotive trends, the 2017 New York International Auto Show will showcase an incredible collection of cutting-edge design and extraordinary innovation. More than four floors of displays from the world’s automakers will feature the newest vehicles and latest futuristic concept cars.  Nearly 1,000 cars and trucks will be on display at North America’s first and largest-attended auto show dating back to 1900."

More details can be found at the official website for the show.

AutoKnowledge Coverage

To view the AutoKnowledge coverage from the show you may load the 2017 New York Auto Show saved workspace in our Vehicle Information Center.

Acting as a quick overview of what was released at the show - and a guide to what content will be available - is this list that will be updated live as we integrate our images, OEM press kit images, and OEM press releases from the show into our Vehicle Information Center.

Click here to see the below list of vehicles covered as a webpage...

Floor Plans

Here we will have a few of the auto show highlights with some details about each vehicle:

Debuts:

TBA

2018 Land Rover Range Rover Velar: US debut of Land Rover's latest model, initially unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Auto Show.

Redesigns / Refreshes:

TBA

2018 Buick Enclave: Buick is redesigning the Enclave, a midsize CUV whose platform-mates (the Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia) have already been retooled. The Enclave is expected to stay closer in size to the Traverse, whereas the Acadia shrank during the latest change. 

Concepts:

TBA

Toyota FT-4X Concept: The FT-4X concept is likely to provide a glimpse at an upcoming Toyota model meant to take on offroad-ready competitors like the Jeep Wrangler and upcoming Ford Bronco. It may prove to be a new generation of an FJ Cruiser-like vehicle.

 

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