- The New York International Auto Show runs through April 8.
- It’s a spectacle of new cars, old cars, and concept cars.
- I toured the show floor during media days.
The New York International Auto Show opened at the Javits Center in Manhattan last Friday and runs through this Sunday, April 8.
It signals the end of the US car show circuit, which kicked off last year with Los Angeles and wound through Detroit, Chicago, and Washington before landing in the Big Apple (with a detour to CES in Las Vegas).
I spent a few hours walking the show floor during media preview days, to take in the sights and seek out cool stuff. And drink a lot of espresso.
Check it out:
Before I even got to the show floor, I was met by some classic cars.
That’s a 1931 Duesenberg Model J — yep, it’s a "Doozy" (a "Duesey," more accurately).
The Lamborghini Miura is a beloved beauty, with a design by the legendary Marcello Gandini.
from SAI https://read.bi/2EjIDCj