The New York International Auto Show, although not the largest in the world – or even in the United States – lays claim to being one of the world's oldest automobile exhibitions.

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First opening its doors in 1900, the New York motor show is beaten only by its Paris (1898) and Frankfurt (1897) counterparts, two of the largest in the world.

World debuts in recent years have included the new Mercedes-AMG E43, Jaguar XF, Ford Focus RS, Alfa Romeo 4C, Subaru WRX concept, and the Genesis New York concept – among many, many others.

This year’s list of confirmed world premieres is small, although we can likely expect the list to grow before the show opens to the press on April 14.

See below for the full list as it currently stands, and stay tuned for CarAdvice’s live coverage, straight from New York.


Production models

Dodge Challenger SRT Demon (confirmed, teased, revealed)

Ford Explorer facelift (not confirmed)

Ford Fusion Police Responder Fusion HEV Concept (revealed)

Hyundai Kona (not confirmed, teased)

Kona teaser.

Hyundai Sonata facelift (confirmed, revealed)

Honda Clarity (confirmed, new EV/PHEV variants)

Jaguar F-Type four-cylinder (not confirmed, possibly spied)

Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk (confirmed, teased, revealed)

Lincoln Navigator (confirmed, shown in concept form)

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Mercedes-AMG GLC63 (not confirmed, spied, revealed)

Mercedes-Benz S-Class facelift (not confirmed, spied)


Concepts

Genesis - unknown concept (confirmed, but no further details)

Infiniti QX80 preview (confirmed, teased, revealed)

Toyota FT-4X SUV (confirmed, teased)

 

What are you looking forward to most from the New York show?