Sunday, April 24, 2011

2011 New York International Auto Show!

The 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee makes its debut at the auto show.

The 2012 Jeep Wrangler Mojave.

Hyundai's 2012 Accent.

Mark Reuss, president of General Motors North America, poses with the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu.

Scion unveiled its first rear-wheel-drive vehicle, the FR-S concept. The compact sports coupe is powered by a 2.0-liter boxer engine, a collaboration with Subaru.

The 2013 Ford Taurus gets at least 31 mpg highway — up from 28 mpg today — and will have two EcoBoost turbo-engine choices, an improved interior and a resculpted hood.

The 2013 Ford Taurus SHO -- the high-performance version of the model -- will get up to 25 mpg on the highway.

The Mercedes-Benz Concept A-Class gives a suggestion of what the next-generation production car will look like next year. It is based on the brand’s new front-wheel drive platform.

Saab unveiled its PhoeniX concept car, featuring butterfly opening doors, a 2+2 cabin and side-mounted ‘winglets’ that aid airflow management to deliver an exceptionally low drag co-efficient of 0.25.

The 2012 Hyundai Veloster is introduced to the New York media crowd.

The new Volkswagen Bulli is an electric all-purpose vehicle that takes its design cues from the iconic Volkswagen bus. It can seat six.

The 2011 Suzuki Kizashi is perched on its side.

Nissan introduced the Leaf Nismo RC (Racing Competition), a zero-emission vehicle.

A worker cleans the mirrors on the side of Smart Electric Drive.

The 2011 Audi R8 GT is on display.

The 2012 Honda Civic lineup makes its world debut Wednesday at the New York International Auto Show.

Workers prep one of only 100 Rolls-Royce Spirit of Ecstasy Centenary Collection cars for its auto show debut. Each of the custom made Phantom models, produced in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the iconic Rolls-Royce mascot, features a solid silver Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament among several other exclusive features.

Scion cars are stacked on display at the Jacob Javits Convention Center.

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