NEW YORK -- Automakers unveiled new SUVs and crossovers at the New York auto show, boosted by low U.S. gasoline prices and increasing consumer demand, but are also moving ahead with new electric, plug-in hybrid and other green vehicles in the U.S.
Hyundai Motor Co.'s fledgling Genesis luxury brand combined a commitment to a zero-emissions strategy and plans to field its first crossover with the GV80 Concept powered by a fuel cell.
Ford Motor Co. showed off a redesigned Lincoln Navigator luxury SUV with an aluminum body that drops nearly 200 pounds.
Subaru Corp. unveiled a concept seven-passenger Ascent concept, saying it planned to start selling the large crossover in 2018, and General Motors Co. introduced a retooled, larger seven-passenger Buick Enclave.
Not to be outdone, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV took the wraps off a new limited version of its Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV -- the Trackhawk -- with 707 horsepower and a 6.2-liter V-8 engine, while Toyota Motor Corp. unveiled a subcompact crossover concept aimed at outdoorsy millennials called "FT-4X" for "Future Toyota."