Auto shows, and specifically New York's edition, tend to focus on the big reveals. What's brand new? What haven't the media and public seen before that they want to feast their eyes on? True, as stated in our last post, this year's NYIAS did seem to lean more toward auto brands filling out their trim selections and special editions, but that didn't stop them from bringing 2019's earlier releases along for the ride.
What auto show would be complete without aimlessly strolling through the displays and peeking in whatever catches your eye? I hope it's not just me. I do get easily distracted by shiny things and, well it's an auto show. Everything's shiny. To be fair, we had some specific destinations