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First Glance 2010 New York Auto Show Parked For Two Weeks At The Javits Center.

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On: Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 10:47AM | By: Clay Ritchings

First Glance 2010 New York Auto Show Parked For Two Weeks At The Javits Center.

Car lovers may be seeing green at this year’s show but it wouldn’t be complete without the sexy, fast cars attendees have come to love. The crazy-hot 2011 Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 race car . . . Spyker, Viper, Lotus, Lamborghini, and the 202-mph Bentley Supersports pale yellow convertible. Along the larger SUV lines, Infiniti has introduced the all-new QX56, the company's flagship sport utility vehicle, which was completely redesigned. Volkswagen unveiled the 2011 Touareg and the 2011 Porsche Cayenne also gets new styling and a new hybrid drivetrain that can cruise on electric power alone at speeds up to 97 mph.

With a great mix of vehicles from the U.S., Europe, and Asia, this show has something for everyone including new hybrids and models big and small. Show-goers can also get their first look at the new line-up of small urban cars including the 2011 Scion tC and iQ, the new 2011 Mini Cooper Countryman crossover, the cool new Nissan Juke, the luxurious and sporty Lexus CT 200h, and the upgraded Fiat 500. The world debuts included a longer, wider redesigned 2011 Kia Optima. Hyundai unveiled the 2011 Sonata with two new drivetrains to supplement the standard four-cylinder: a turbocharged four-cylinder and a hybrid, both of which are unprecedented technologies for the Korean carmaker. Acura showed a new wagon version of its 2011 TSX, currently available only as a sedan, while Honda displays their FCX Clarity fuel-cell car.

Small may have been this year's big, but I still go to to see hotter versions of my favorite supercars and, as you can, see this year didn't disappoint!

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