T.S. Eliot famously stated "April is the cruelest month," thus proving he knew the 2009 New York Auto Show was around the corner. The concepts, production cars and one surprisingly attractive Kia await you below.
The yellow thing you see above is called the "Counter Balance" and it's a compact pickup truck with an mid-engined layout that pops the second row of seats above the front row. More pictures below.
Seems loving the planet and wanting a high-speed supercoupe is going to cost you $267,000; that's the pricetag on the E85 slurping, 204 MPH, Bentley Continental Supersports
How do you get a 5.7 Hemi to make 700 HP? With a whopping great big supercharger, that's how. But don't worry, the rest of the SMS 570X Challenger has been suitably beefed up, too.
Mitsubishi has formally announced intent to sell it's all-electric Mitsubishi iMiev in the United States before 2012. Furthermore, they've announced a partnership with Portland General Electric to develop the infrastructure to support it.
Like the new Legacy it's based on, the 2010 Subaru Outback is a little bigger, and comes with new engines. Thankfully, it does all this without sacrificing the butchness Outbacks are known for.
No one was guarding the BMW X6 M this morning, so we hopped the barrier and snagged shots of its twin-turbo V8. That and the 180 MPH speedometer... in a 5,247 Lb SUV.
We've been pounding the pavement at the 2010 New York Auto Show, bringing you the latest new products and concept cars. Check out the greasy, pepperoni-covered slice of NY Auto Show car goodness below.
The Bentley Continental Supersports runs on gasoline or E85 bioethanol. Run it on E85. Not for the environment. Not for Iowa. Do it so you can hit 204 MPH in Bentley style.