Nothing says “I’m a boss” like an executive limousine. This is Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller’s 1967 Lincoln Continental.
What really counts is under the hood. Here’s a look at the new Ford 1-150 engine. It’s a 3.7 liter V-6 with 302 horsepower.
Mazda’s Skyactiv Clean Diesel Prototype looks more like a spaceship than a race car, and with a top speed of 186 mph, it’s easy to understand why someone might mistake it for a flying foreign object.
This is quite possibly the most unique car on display: a 3D Printed Liquid Metal car by Ioan Florea. Underneath is the body of a 1971 Ford Torino. Good luck finding the door handle.
You’re looking at the innards of a Toyota race car.
Even NASCAR’s Matt Kenseth dropped off a ride for display.
The pony grill has graced the front of Ford Mustangs for 50 years. This 2015 version will keep the brand’s strong racing tradition alive, offering a powerful 5.0 liter V-8.
This SRT Viper is one of the most impressive cars at the show. It has 640 horses and speeds top out around 200 mph.
Not to be outdone, Nissan’s GT-R is one of the best street legal sports cars around. With a price tag starting at just under $100,000, it’s a supercar bargain.
Here’s the “Monster Mini”. Yes, the sporty little British cars are making moves off road and here’s the proof.
This Volkswagen Golf R is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. It looks like a normal compact, but has 296 hp, all-wheel drive and paddle shifters. Wolf, indeed.
The Porsche 918 Spyder is one of the biggest technological innovations of the NYIAS. It’s got 887 hp, has a top speed of 214 mph, 0-60 in 2.5 seconds and is an electric hybrid. Yes, hybrid. But you pay for performance. It also costs $845,000.
An auto show wouldn’t be complete without a nice array of Bentley motorcars. From left to right: the Bentley Continental GT Speed, Mulsanne and Flying Spur.
If you have an extra $400,000 lying around, this Lamborghini Aventador is pretty sweet and you can use whatever pennies you have left over for gas. It gets 11 mpg city/18 mpg highway.
This is a Brabus Smart Car. It’s nearly completely customizable – great for any colorful personality.
This is the newest rendition of America’s most well-known Jeep. The new Jeep Cherokee features a sleek front, 271 hp and a 3.2 liter V-6 with a starting price of $23,000. Not bad.