2015 New York Auto Show

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    Hyundai Ioniq first to offer 3 electrified powertrain options in 1 body

    7:52 am U.S. ET | Dec. 7, 2015
    Hyundai will launch a new vehicle in January dubbed the Ioniq featuring three electrified drivetrain options in one body type, as the South Korean automaker fortifies its green-car lineup and targets rivals such as the Toyota Prius.... Read More »

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    Fast time in New York

    Let's say the 2015 New York auto show marks the Neo-Fastback Era. Traditional four-door sedans have embraced the modernized look of fastbacks of decades past: Low rooflines. Long, slanting rear windows. Shortened trunk lids. Truncated backsides.

    Click through our gallery to see examples of this throwback design theme.
    -- Lindsay Chappell Go to the Gallery »

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    City slickers in New York

    What’s playing on Broadway? Here are five production cars and one concept that had people standing in line at the New York auto show.

    -- Jim Henry Go to the Gallery »

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    2016 Mitsubishi Outlander

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    2016 Chevrolet Spark

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    2016 Hyundai Tucson

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    Honda Civic Concept

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    2016 Porsche Boxster Spyder

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    2016 Lexus RX

    The RX's exterior is significantly more sculpted than the more rounded previous models. A sharp crease accents its side panels and doors, and a new, aggressive spindle-shaped grille defines its face. The rear is highlighted by L-shaped LED lights that wrap around to the side of the vehicle. The improved interior is accented by a 12.3-inch color infotainment screen in the center stack. Rear-seat legroom has been increased. Rear seats fold in a 60-40 split. Go to the Gallery »

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    2016 Nissan Maxima

    The eighth-generation Maxima uses more pronounced body creases to accentuate the flow of the metal side panels. Blacked-out body pillars give the illusion of a floating roof sitting above a fastback-styled rear window and snubbed tail end, while the front end and hood arch downward to an enlarged grille. The driver cockpit, instrument clusters and handling will help pull the Maxima back toward a sportier overall appearance, allowing Nissan to put more distance between the nameplate it once marketed as a "four-door sports car" and the bigger-selling Altima. Go to the Gallery »

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    2016 Infiniti QX50

    The new QX50 has reworked front and rear ends and a sportier design more in line with the recently unveiled Q60 coupe. Engineers have lengthened the small crossover's wheelbase by about 3 inches, creating more interior room. Go to the Gallery »

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    Beetle Special Edition concepts

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    2016 Golf SportWagen Alltrack

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    2016 Chevrolet Malibu

    The redesigned 2016 Chevrolet Malibu is nearly 4 inches longer in the wheelbase and grew by about 2 inches in overall length. The hood and the cowl -- where the windshield meets the hood -- are lower, allowing for a longer, sleek daylight opening that gives way to a fastback roofline and short rear deck lid. Go to the Gallery »

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    2016 Cadillac CT6

    When it arrives in showrooms in early 2016, the CT6 will enter a shrinking market for large, uber-luxury sedans, one dominated by the Mercedes-Benz S class and other well-established German nameplates. To stand out, Cadillac wants to carve a niche as the driver’s car. It uses aluminum body panels and aluminum die castings in the lower body to produce a sedan that Cadillac says is the same size as a BMW 7 series (short-wheelbase model) but roughly 200 pounds lighter than the smaller BMW 5 series, providing nimble, precise ride and handling. Go to the Gallery »

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    2016 Scion iM

    The 2016 Scion iM was shown at the 2015 New York auto show. Go to the Gallery »

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    2016 Scion iA

    The 2016 Scion iA was shown at the 2015 New York auto show. Go to the Gallery »

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    2016 GMC Terrain / Terrain Denali

    The 2016 GMC Terrain crossover receives new front and rear fascias, more safety equipment and other tweaks. Among other cosmetic updates: a new “power dome” hood, LED daytime running lights on non-base model Terrains, new wheels and a revised instrument panel that features a new storage shelf. Go to the Gallery »

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    Subaru STI concept

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    Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

    Here's a look at the Toyota RAV4 hybrid that was launched during the New York International Auto Show. Go to the Gallery »

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    2016 Kia Optima

    The redesigned 2016 Kia Optima will be be available with multiple engine choices, a more spacious interior, additional premium features and a number of technologies not previously offered. Go to the Gallery »

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    Lincoln Continental Concept

    Lincoln is reviving the venerable Continental nameplate with a concept that will spawn a new Continental sedan to be introduced in North America and China in 2016. Go to the Gallery »

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    2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE

    The 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE -- a replacement for the M class under the brand's new nomenclature -- undergoes no major sheet metal changes but features new headlamps and taillights, as well as changes to the front and rear bumpers. Go to the Gallery »

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    2016 Jaguar XF

    Jaguar says its new XF sedan has taken a big leap in levels of refinement, low weight and fuel efficiency. The XF competes against the BMW 5 series, Audi A6 and Mercedes-Benz E class. The redesigned model is underpinned by Jaguar Land Rover's aluminum-intensive architecture. Go to the Gallery »

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    2016 Range Rover Sport HST Limited Edition

    The high performance Range Rover Sport gets an upgraded 380-hp 3.0-liter supercharged V6 engine that sits between the 340-hp Range Rover Sport 3.0-liter supercharged V6 and the 550-hp supercharged variant. The HST will have Land Rover's new Hands-Free Gesture Tailgate as an option, and include Automatic Access Height as a standard feature. The system automatically lowers the vehicle to make for an easier entry and exit for occupants. Go to the Gallery »