Big Debuts Attract Huge Crowds To New York Auto Show

Jeep Wrangler Rubicon (Photos by Christy Hinko)

During press preview beginning on March 28, more than 60 world and North American vehicles debuted helping launch the 118th edition of America’s first and largest-attended auto show, the New York International Auto Show.

From sedans and crossovers to hypercars and luxury vehicles, this year’s show featured a wide range of launches covering nearly every segment.

The show drew huge crowds of consumers during its 10-day public run, inspiring more than one million visitors with the greatest showcase of today’s models plus a look at the cars and trucks of the future.

Next year’s show date has already been set, running from April 19 to 28, 2019. Visit for more information.

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