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2018 BMW 4-Series M4 convertible
2018 BMW 4-Series M4 convertible
2018 BMW 4-Series M4 convertible
2018 BMW 5-Series M5 sedan
2018 BMW 5-Series M5 sedan
2018 BMW 5-Series M5 sedan
2018 BMW 5-Series sedan
2018 BMW 5-Series sedan
2018 BMW 5-Series sedan
2018 BMW 6-Series Gran Turismo
2018 BMW 6-Series Gran Turismo
2018 BMW 6-Series Gran Turismo
2018 BMW 7-Series Alpina B7
2018 BMW 7-Series Alpina B7
2018 BMW 7-Series Alpina B7
2018 BMW X1 M Sport
2018 BMW X1 M Sport
2018 BMW X1 M Sport
2018 BMW X1 M Sport
2018 BMW X2
2018 BMW X2
2018 Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels edition  Convertible
2018 Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels edition Convertible
2018 Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels edition Convertible
2018 Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels edition Convertible
2018 Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels edition Convertible Interior
2018 Dodge Durango SRT
2018 Dodge Durango SRT
2018 Dodge Durango SRT Interior
2018 Fiat 124 Spider
2018 Fiat 124 Spider
2018 Fiat 124 Spider
2018 Fiat 124 Spider
2018 Fiat 124 Spider
2018 Fiat 124 Spider Interior

As the last major show for 2019 model introductions, the NYIAS has risen in importance over the past few years. Unsurprisingly, NY has become popular with European and Asian manufacturers for reveals of both luxury and mainstream vehicles for the US market. Mercedes-Benz brought the long anticipated G-Class SUV and a convertible C-Class. VW added a midsize Atlas SUV to its lineup, and showed a pickup concept vehicle. Volvo had the XC40 compact SUV for its North American introduction. Hyundai's Genesis luxury brand revealed its midsize G70 sport sedan. An electric Kona compact SUV expands Hyundai's EV lineup. A new Altima was the centerpiece in Nissan's display, taking on its recently redesigned rivals from Toyota and Honda. Toyota had a completely redesigned RAV4 compact SUV, a Corolla hatchback and a refreshed Avalon sedan. Honda expanded its model range with the Insight and Accord gasoline-electric hybrids. Meanwhile, Acura introduced a new RDX in the hot compact premium SUV segment. Lincoln confirmed its relevance with the rebirth of the Aviator midsize SUV. Chevrolet brought the outrageous Corvette ZR1 convertible bedecked with a huge rear wing. Although the NYIAS had many introductions of sedans and coupes, including hybrids, SUVs are undeniably the future direction for most major manufacturers, as long as fuel prices remain low in the US.