Along with the debut of a refreshed R35 for 2017, at this year’s New York Auto Show Nissan also brought along some incredible examples from each generation of the Skyline GT-R. From its fairly humble beginnings in 1969 as a high performance lightweight runabout to its current state as an all-wheel drive, 565 horsepower supercar, check out how Nissan’s sports car has evolved over the decades.
In this video released earlier today by Subaru, you can get a better look at the design of the new Subaru WRX Concept that debuted at the New York International Auto Show.
If you’ve been a regular reader of Winding Road and WindingRoad.com, then you’re undoubtedly familiar with the auto show awards process. We conducted awards for the 2011 Los Angeles, 2012 Detroit, and 2012 Geneva auto shows, and we’re doing the same thing for the recently concluded (although still open to the public) 2012 New York International Auto Show.
The 2012 New York International Auto Show press days are in the history books. This year’s show had a great mix of everyman automobiles like the Chevrolet Impala, Lexus ES, and Ford Explorer Sport, along with supercars and concepts, like the all-new SRT Viper, Shelby 1000, and BMW i8 Concept Spyder.
Although it was just refreshed in 2011, Toyota has unveiled an all-new, fourth-generation of its Avalon sedan. The stretched Camry has been given a hefty exterior and interior treatment that gives it more upscale feel.
Nissan unveiled the newest mode of transportation for millions of New Yorkers at the 2012 New York Auto Show. The Nissan Taxi Of Tomorrow is an NV200, refitted for the rigors the Big Apple.
Lexus has unveiled its refitted ES at the 2012 New York International Auto Show. The standard ES350 will be joined by the first ES300h hybrid for 2013.
Officially, this is the Mazda Takeri Concept. Don’t let the name fool you, though, this is essentially the 2014 Mazda6.
Hyundai has given a massive revamp to its Santa Fe range at this year’s New York Auto Show. Two different body styles and three different engines are just a few of the changes for 2013.