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Live From New York!

New model introductions from every segment highlight NYIAS 2018.

by on Mar.28, 2018

The two-day media preview officially has ended, but continues to dig up stories from this year’s New York International Auto Show.

So, keep coming back to see what we’ll be bringing you from the Jacob K. Javits Center where dozens of hot new cars, trucks, concepts and crossovers are making their debut. (more…)

Best in Show: 10 to Check Out at the New York Auto Show

Power, speed, green and even something for your dog!

by on Apr.14, 2017

The Dodge Demon is tough to ignore in what should be called arrest-me red and an 840-horsepower engine.

For automotive fans and industry insiders alike, the New York International Auto Show is one of the biggest and most important annual events – and it won’t disappoint this year, as dozens of new vehicles are making their debut at the Big Apple’s Jacob Javits Convention Center this week.

They underscore the dramatic changes sweeping through the auto industry and offer something for everybody, whether you want an environmentally friendly crossover, a muscle car or a sedan that will let you drive hands-free. There were also some exciting concepts that promise to translate into cool production cars in the not-too-distant future.

The Auto Show Beat!

Here’s a look at 10 of the hottest, most intriguing, most unusual and most desirable models to debut at the 2017 NYIAS: (more…)

Live From New York!

Makers fueling need for speed in the Big Apple.

by on Apr.12, 2017

The 117th edition of the New York International Auto Show is in full swing at the Jacob Javits Convention Center with sports and muscle cars taking center stage at this year’s event. is all over the new vehicle reveals and talking with industry executive for their insights about the latest news. Check out the stories we’ve already written and check back often for updates.

The most recent stories: (more…)

Volkswagen Takes the Wraps Off Golf Alltrack

New wagon offers off-road capability.

by on Mar.21, 2016

The all-new 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack gives drivers the off-road capability they've been wanting.

Volkswagen is looking to build on the success of the Golf SportWagen with its new Alltrack model for 2017.

“We heard from dealers and customers that they wanted to see a Golf SportWagen with the all-terrain capability that comes from an all-wheel drive system,” said Joerg Sommer, vice president, Product Marketing and Strategy of Volkswagen of America, Inc. “We are excited to introduce the Golf Alltrack to meet the active lifestyle needs of our customers.”

The Journal of Record!

The Golf Alltrack uses the MQB architecture, just like the rest of the Golf vehicle line-up, as well as the turbocharged and direct-injection powertrain. The EA888 1.8-liter, four-cylinder TSI gasoline unit produces 170 horsepower and 199 lb-ft of torque. It’s mated to a six-speed dual-clutch DSG automatic transmission: a six-speed manual transmission will also be available later in the vehicle’s lifecycle. (more…)

Jeep Building Patriot/Compass Replacement in Brazil

New crossover making debut in Brazil instead of New York Auto Show.

by on Mar.11, 2016

The replacement for the Jeep Compass and Liberty will bow in Brazil instead of New York as originally planned.

The replacement for the Jeep Patriot/Compass was scheduled to make its debut at the New York Auto Show later this month, but instead will debut in Brazil, where it will be produced, according to officials.

Mike Manley, Jeep’s global chief, said the yet-to-be-named small crossover will be built at its $1.8 billion assembly plant in Pernambuco, Brazil. Production is set to begin in the fourth quarter of this year.

The Last Word!

The plant, which is one of Jeep’s most modern facilities, currently produces the Jeep Renegade, the Fiat Punto and Fiat Toro in January. It has the capacity to produce 250,000 vehicles annually. (more…)

Hyundai Debuts 2016 Tucson in NYC

Maker gets competitive in growing segment.

by on Apr.01, 2015

Hyundai introduced the new Tucson in New York. It followed the global introduction, which happened in Geneva.

Hyundai’s new 2016 Tucson SUV made its American debut today in New York. The new design, debuted globally at the Geneva Motor Show, takes it a step forward.

With a sleeker design that moves even further away from the classic, boxy SUV look of earlier versions, the new Tucson is clearly aimed at building Hyundai’s share of the booming global utility vehicle market.

A Real Performer!

“Our new compact SUV will be a big step forward for the Hyundai brand globally,” said Peter Schreyer, president and chief design officer of Hyundai Motor Group, in Geneva. (more…)

Live from the New York International Auto Show

by on Apr.01, 2015

The 115th annual New York International Auto Show flung open the doors to the Javits Center to reporters, photographers and automotive executives this week. Dozens of new cars, crossovers and other vehicles made news on the first day and that will continue in the show’s second day.

While the NY Auto Show ends the auto show season, which began last fall, and there is still plenty of breaking news and global vehicle debuts from both domestic and international automakers coming from the city so nice they named it twice.

Of course, is at the show, ensuring you are getting all of the news from New York. Please check back often to see the latest happenings from the show. (more…)

Chevrolet Malibu Redux

New 2016 Chevy sedan better suited to "hand-to-hand combat" in crowded midsize market.

by on Apr.01, 2015

Chevrolet rolled out its new Malibu Hybrid in New York. The hybrid gets up to 48 mpg.

Chevrolet has been on a roll lately with products as diverse as the Corvette and Impala. But its also lobbed a few duds, including the midsize Malibu sedan it launched three years ago. Demand has lagged well behind expectations despite an “emergency refresh” made barely a year after its introduction.

But the maker looks to be on a much better track with the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu making its debut at the New York International Auto Show this week. More stylish, better equipped and more fuel-efficient – with the hybrid version coming later this year that will exceed 45 mpg, said Chevy execs at the New York Auto Show earlier today – the new sedan will nonetheless face a challenging task in a segment crowded with 17 other competitors.

Your Reliable Source!

“It’s been difficult to win in this segment,” acknowledged Steve Majoros, Chevy’s passenger car marketing director, during a preview of the 2016 Malibu. But the maker really has no choice in one of the largest segments of the U.S. market which means, “We have to get people to fundamentally think differently about this brand.”


NY to Wrap Up Auto Show Season with Some Big Debuts

As many as two dozen new models set for Big Apple introduction.

by on Mar.31, 2015

The new Cadillac CT6, which made an unexpected appearance in an Oscar commercial, debuts at this year's New York International Auto Show.

A long auto show season that began with last year’s gathering in Paris is getting set to wrap up with the annual New York International Auto Show. And things will be going out with a bang, rather than a whimper.

Automakers have been building momentum as the devastating Great Recession fades into the rearview mirror, bringing out a growing array of products targeting every conceivable niche. And that means that the Big Apple will see plenty of debuts – some of them extremely significant, including new flagship models coming from both Lincoln and Cadillac.

Your Source for Auto Show News!

All told, at least two dozen completely new or significantly updated models will make their appearance during the two-day media preview, with several others, such as the 2016 GMC Terrain, will wait until the public days of the show to roll out. (more…)

Redesigned Chevy Malibu Will Add 45 MPG Hybrid

“Building on the Volt,” says chief engineer.

by on Mar.25, 2015

Cutaway shows the Malibu Hybrid's layout.

When Chevrolet launches a completely redesigned version of its midsize Malibu later this year, it will add a new hybrid option expected to be one of the segment’s most fuel-efficient models.

Initial estimates suggest the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid will come in at “better than” 45 miles per gallon, which would put it ahead of hybrid versions of the midsize Ford Fusion and Toyota Camry models, and within shot of the segment-leading Honda Accord Hybrid, which is rated at 47 mpg.

Plug In!

“We’re bringing a hybrid to the midsize segment to compete,” Jesse Ortega, the chief engineer on the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu project, said during a background briefing, adding his belief that Chevy is “very well-armed” to take on key domestic and import competitors.


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