The New York International Auto Show is always a smaller affair than the bigger annual confabs in Detroit and Los Angeles. Still, this year's show brought with it several interesting unveilings, a fair number of hot cars, and yet more evidence that the hybridization and gradual electrification of the automotive scene continues apace. Here are a few highlights.
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By Eric Adams and Joe Brown
Posted 04.14.2006 at 2:00 am 0 Comments
The press previews at the New York International Auto Show ran the gamut from glitzy-see the Mercedes E-Class debut-to downright dirty, as in the mud-soaked reveal of the four-door Jeep Wrangler. Either way, there was plenty of technology on view, as automakers continue to tread the fine line between high performance and high efficiency.
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