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New York International Auto Show 2017: our A-Z guide to all the new cars at NYIAS

Published: 13 April 2017

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The New York motor show opens its doors to the world’s media this week – and we’ve helpfully brought together our A-Z listings of the major launches.

We’re rounding up all the new cars, world debuts and launches from the Big Apple in a handy one-stop shop for the NYIAS.

Hosted at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, the auto show is open to the public from 14-23 April 2017, with two press and trade days on 12-13 April (CAR magazine is there, reporting live).

Flick through the photo gallery above and read on for our preview of what’s at the New York International Auto Show in our A-Z listing below. We’ll be adding more debuts and updates in the coming days. Stay tuned for more news!

The new Audi RS5 makes its US debut in New York (Getty)

Every new car expected at the 2017 New York International Auto Show: an A-Z preview guide

TLX  A mid-life working-over for Acura’s compact sedan – with style from Precision concept car  

RS5 Coupe (above)  
You saw it in Geneva – now it makes it US debut in New York  

Challenger SRT Demon (below)  So fast, the national drag racing body had to ban it

Dodge Demon unveiled at 2017 NYIAS

Police Responder Hybrid Sedan  
Everyone loves a police car, right?
What Ford calls an MCA – or mid-cycle action, aka facelift – for popular SUV

New plug-in hybrid and full electric versions of the fuel-cell car confirmed 

QX80 Monograph (below)  Concept signals Infiniti’s intent to build ‘upscale luxury’ Range Rover rival 

Infiniti QX80 Monograph: another NYIAS debut

F-type 4cyl  New downsized 296bhp four-cylinder Ingenium engines arrive in New York 

Grand Cherokee Trackhawk  
A hot 6.2 V8 version of the Jeep is due at NYIAS

Range Rover Velar  
Pop star Ellie Goulding was rolled out to launch Velar in New York 

The Lexus LS 500 F Sport

LS 500 F Sport (above)  
The sportier LS is confirmed as a New York debutant 

Updates due to Ford’s big full-size luxury SUV

World debut in New York for the fastest of all GLC crossovers
GLC63 AMG Coupe (below)  
Chop-top fastback GLC gets OTT bi-turbo brawn, too
S-class facelift  Surprise – and fleeting – appearance for refreshed limo in NYC 
E-class Cabriolet  Stateside premiere for new rag-top E first shown in Geneva 
AMG E63 S Wagon  The US debut for the go-faster E estate, again first seen in Geneva
AMG GT Concept  And the svelte AMG concept car also hops across the Pond

The new Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 Coupe: a New York auto show debutant

370Z Heritage Edition  Tweaked-up coupe shown in 332bhp trim
GT-R Track Edition  
Go-faster GT-R makes its north American debut 
Rogues go rogue  
A tracked Rogue crossover – and Star Wars special editions 

Panamera Sport Turismo
 US debut for new Panam estate
Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid 
The even faster Panamera hybrid arrives Stateside
911 GT3  
You’ve seen it in Geneva, now see the latest GT3 in the US

Ascent SUV Plenty of room on-board Subaru’s latest off-road offering 

 ‘Four-wheeling, scene-stealing’ FJ Cruiser-alike soft-roader for Generation Y
2018 model year refresh for the ageing minivan due in New York 
Yaris  You’ve seen the European one – now the US version is due to bow in

VW ushers in 2018 Golf in New York. We’ve already driven it here 

North American debut for the smaller XC90 clone 

Jacob K. Javits Convention Center of New York

Practical information about the New York International Auto Show

Where is it?  Jacob K. Javits Convention Center (above), 655 W 34th Street, New York, NY 10001, USA
When is the New York auto show?  Friday 14 to Sunday 23 April 2017 (public days)
Opening times:  Monday to Saturday 10.00am to 10.00pm, Sunday 10.00am to 7.00pm
How much are New York auto show tickets?  Adults $17, children (2 to 12) $7, babies under two years old free
Hashtag:  #NYIAS
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By Tim Pollard

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