The 2013 Annual New York Auto Show, held at the Jacob Javits Center, was a great experience. There were hundreds of concept, up-coming, and current models that were held on display. At every auto show, there are always the cars that stand out in the crowd, but in this case there was too many cars to choose from.
Here is all the new 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z28. The vehicle features a redesign of the front and rear fascias. It will feature the LS7 engine from the Corvette, which is a staggering 500 horsepower.
This is the all new redesigned 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. The car is truly a piece of artwork. When you stand in front of the car, it looks as though it is moving right in front of you. The Stingray name has been brought back from the dead because it has not been used since the late 1970s.
The all new Corvette features the traditional quad taillights as well quad tailpipes.
In the Toyota exhibit, the Toyota Corolla Furia concept was held on display. It is definitely one of the prettiest Corolla’s thus far. The color, large wheels, led taillights and aggressive stance shows an impressive look for the normally plain everyday car.
Here is a view from the rear fascia of Corolla Furia.
In Hyundai exhibit, here is the Genesis HCD-14 concept. The company has come great lengths with their Genesis products. It has very crisp and flowing body lines. There are no door handles, which makes the doors seem very large. The front fascia features an aggressive grill, led headlights, and giant running lights.
Here is a view of the Genesis concept from the rear fascia.
Lastly, here is the Subaru WRX Concept. Many Subaru fans have constantly complained about the redesigned models and this is a big step in the right direction. The performance has not been the issue with the WRX, but if they come out with something as aggressive as this concept, this car would be one great package.