The press days for the 2022 New York Auto Show are slated to occur on April 13th and 14th, followed by a public show that will run through April 24th of 2022.

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New York Auto Show

There is no better place to research your next new car than the New York Auto Show. For more than a century New Yorkers have visited the show in the millions to experience everything that the automobile industry has to offer and to get a glimpse into the future. It’s the one place where the information is comprehensive and engaging and where new technology can be explained and explored freely.

From the beginning, when the first New York Auto Show opened in November 1900 at the original Madison Square Garden, the annual exhibition of automobiles, and the pageantry they create, has been a hallmark of the industry.

For 122 years, the New York Auto Show has given the world a glimpse into the future. Here, we take a journey back in time to celebrate and enjoy many of the notable moments that have occurred along the way.

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Floor Plan

2022 New York Auto Show Floor Plan

Press Conference Schedule

2022 New York Auto Show Press Conference Schedule

AutoKnowledge Coverage


Maserati Grecale / Grecale Folgore

The 2023 Maserati Grecale is a new crossover model that's smaller than the Levante. It will come with either a turbo four-cylinder, a twin-turbo V-6, or an electric powertrain. The Grecale will go on sale in the U.S. this summer, with the electric Folgore model following a year later.


Lotus Eletre Electric CUV

Lotus has unveiled their first-ever electric crossover - the Eletre. It is also the first vehicle from Lotus to offer advanced ADAS technologies driven by several LIDAR sensors. The Eletre technically went on sale as soon as details were released but the price has yet to be mentioned. It will be built in the automaker's new factory in China, with deliveries commencing next year.


Volkswagen ID.Buzz Electric

Volkswagen's ID.Buzz Electric Microbus will be coming to the United States in 2024 - a year after it goes on sale in Europe. The U.S. will also get a longer-wheelbase model with three rows of seats.


Major Redesign

Kia Niro Hybrid / Plug-In Hybrid / Electric

The Kia Niro has been redesigned and the US-spec version will appear at the 2022 New York auto show. The 2023 Kia Niro will be offered in hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fully electric variants in the States.

The second generation of the Niro was introduced in Korea in November 2021 when Kia showed us the exterior and interior design of the crossover. It followed up in the beginning of the year by releasing details for the HEV, PHEV, and BEV variants which are already available to order in several European markets.


Honda HR-V

Honda is not attending the New York show, but they are releasing information on the redesigned-for-2023 HR-V crossover. To combat the onslaught of desirable and stylish small SUVs, Honda is gearing up its 2023 HR-V with a handsome redesign, and from teaser images we can see that it will look different from the version that's sold in Europe. The outgoing generation was practical and offered good value, but the restyled model needs more curb appeal and a more compelling powertrain in order to challenge the segment's best, such as the Hyundai Kona, the Kia Seltos, and the Mazda CX-30.


Mid-cycle Refresh

Hyundai Palisade

FROM CARSCOOPS - Hyundai is teasing its refreshed 2023 Palisade ahead of its debut at the New York International Auto Show next week, revealing a new grille style that follows the design language set out by the brand’s newer vehicles.

In this teaser we can see the new grille, which is more squared-off compared to the current model, and also features “parametric shield elements”, which was set out by the design language of the Tucson and Santa Cruz. Barely visible in the original teaser is also a set of new multispoke alloy wheels, though we’ve brightened up the image so you can get a better look at them.


Kia Telluride

FROM CARSCOOPS - Kia has dropped a couple of teasers for the facelifted 2023 Telluride and it looks like the new SUV is going to look far more different on the inside than it does on the outside.

The Korean brand’s popular three-row off-roader will make its world debut at the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) next week alongside the also-facelifted flagship Pallisade, and Kia promises it will offer bold new design elements, plus a rugged X-Pro trim.


Nissan Leaf Electric

FROM CARSCOOPS - For 2023, the LEAF gets a refreshed grille, massaged front bumper molding, and the headlights feature a new black inner finisher. The Nissan badge, meanwhile, is now illuminated and has been updated to the new-look logo. Additionally, the shapes of the tire deflectors have been modified at all four corners, while the rear diffuser and spoiler have also been modified, all with a view to improving aerodynamics.

Buyers hoping to buy an all-electric 2023 Nissan LEAF will be limited to just two trim options: the LEAF S and the LEAF SV PLUS.


New Trim / Minor Change

Nissan Pathfinder - Rock Creek trim

Nissan announced a new off-road-prepped variant of the Pathfinder for the 2023 model year, called “Rock Creek”. The new SUV will debut at the New York International Auto Show with a slightly more powerful engine, beefed-up suspension, and subtle visual tweaks to communicate its rugged nature.

The new Pathfinder Rock Creek is distinguished by the black-themed V-motion grille, the Rock Creek badging, a tubular roof rack that can hold up to 220 pounds (100 kg) of gear, and a set of 18-inch beadlock-style rims shod in grippy all-terrain tires. The model is available in six colors and four two-tone combinations.