Want to know about every new car launching at the 2019 New York Auto Show? Read on.
The ID Buggy is based on VW’s new MEB platform and is powered by a 201 HP electric motor.
The new Jimny won the World Urban Car of the Year award and is displayed at the New York Auto Show.
The SCG 003CS is street-legal in 49 states and can max out in excess of 230 mph.
The new generation of Subaru’s Outback promises better refinement and comfort as well.
The Nissan GT-R50 will be capped to just 50 units worldwide with prices starting at $1.12 million.
The three-row 2020 Toyota Highlander SUV is offered with a regular V6 and a hybrid 4-cylinder.
Alfa Romeo is offering North American buyers just 110 units in total of the Giulia and Stelvio QV NRing.
The former NBA basketball player’s unique Levante has been personalized by Maserati’s One of One division.
The 2020 Audi TT RS is priced from $67,895 in the U.S. as first cars will arrive in dealerships this spring.
The Qiantu K50 is powered by an electric motor on each axle delivering a maximum of 429 hp.
Rivian’s electric models will be offered in three versions, with 105-180 kWh batteries and up to 753 hp.