Most Exciting Cars Presented in 2019 New York Auto Show

By: | May 14th, 2019

Most Exciting Cars Presented in 2019 New York Auto Show

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Last month, petrolheads, car-lovers and journalists from around the world gathered in Manhattan to witness that unveiling of the next generation of models that automotive manufacturers had in the works. With over a century of history behind it, the annual exhibition is one of the most prestigious shows in the field, and many manufacturers consider it to be a great way to communicate their brand by presenting new models. Here are the best for 2019:

Porsche 911 Speedster

Red, hot, and smokin’ sexy, the new convertible 911 Speedster has raised the temperature in the show. Coming with many configuration options, and a base price of $275k, it’s the sports car dream.

Subaru Outback

It may not be the auto show’s jaw-dropper, but the Outback has been a long-time successful model for Subaru. People absolutely love its AWD and the fun that can come with it under all surface conditions.

Genesis Mint Concept

There can be no auto show without an impressive concept car. In this case, we adorned the Genesis Mint, because besides the color, it combines luxury with super-car aerodynamics styling. You can only have it in mint. Actually, you can’t have it; it’s just a concept.

Cadillac CT5

Cadillac presented the new CT5, with a new monstrous new twin-turbo engine producing 640 horsepower. The model will come with a semi-autonomous driving system, which is cool and scary at the same time for such a powerful car.

Koenigsegg Jesko

Image Credit:
Keno Zache


Image Credit:
Keno Zache

The Swedish high-spec car manufacturer has presented yet another piece of marvelous engineering and a sample of bleeding-edge technology. The new Jesko sports a multi-clutch non-sequential gearbox called “Light Speed Transmission” that changes gears in milliseconds. Its 1600 hp takes the car to a top speed of 300 mph.

Audi Q3 Quattro

Not everyone likes the Q3, but you got to admit, this latest model packs a whole lot more interesting design with more sharp edges creating dynamic shapes. Mechanically, it remains the same sturdy turbocharged, high-ground-clearance, AWD monster.

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