More than 60 vehicles will make their world debut at the New York International Auto Show opening Friday.
This year’s show has the most new cars in its 115-year history. Car enthusiasts and consumers alike can scope out the most innovative 2015 and 2016 models out there, see the world’s coolest supercars up close and take an off-road ride on an 18-foot high “mountain” at the Camp Jeep exhibit. Visitors can also ride in a Toyota Camry through a custom-designed course.
The show runs from Friday to April 12 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center and costs $16 for adults and $7 for kids 12 and under. Download the New York International Auto Show app for updates and details.
These are some highlights: