The Jeep Cherokee and Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 may have stolen the headlines at the 2013 New York International Auto Show, but there was much more hotness where they came from. Here are a few of our favorites.
It's a Jaguar coupe with a 550 hp supercharged V8, track-tuned suspension and a big wing on the back. What more can you ask for? That is, aside from the $174,000 it costs to buy one.
The next-generation of Subaru's rally car-inspired sedan is set to be much more than just a souped-up Impreza. The WRX concept envisions a low-slung four-door with aggressive bodywork, the WRX's signature hood scoop, carbon fiber roof, massive rear diffuser, a trunk lid that acts as a spoiler and, obviously, bright blue paint and with florescent yellow trim.
AMG's take on Mercedes-Benz's new entry-level sedan is a little monster. Sporting all-wheel-drive and the most powerful four-cylinder production engine in the world -- a 360 hp turbocharged 2.0-liter -- it promises serious, luxury-style performance for about $48G.
Caddy's new midsize sedan is all-new and aimed at the segment's best. In top of the line Vsport form, it gets GM's first 8-speed automatic transmission and twin-turbocharged V6, a 420 hp mill that should have no problem allowing you to show other cars the CTS' LED tail lights.
Only the best for Manhattan.