Five New York Auto Show Debuts That Aren’t The Demon

The New York International Auto Show will open to the press tomorrow and Thursday. Those two days will bombard journalists with an onslaught of reveals and while the Dodge Demon has dominated the lead up (guilty!), these cars are not to be overlooked when they make their debuts.

Debuting earlier in the year in Geneva the Honda Civic Type R is a track tested car with a price point in the mid-30s.

When the Nissan GT-R Track Edition makes its U.S. debut it is nearly certain to do so to high praise. And while the price point is getting up their at $127,990 it will almost still be a value buy for the performance.

Arguably the world leader in luxury SUVs, Range Rover will debut their Velar for the first time in North America.

Mercedes-Benz has a North American debut of their own with the all-new E-Class Cabriolet.

It’s NOT A DEMON, but practically a sibling. The 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk will debut in all its 707hp glory.


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