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2017 New York motor show preview

Autocar logo Autocar 4/4/2017 Jimi Beckwith
The New York motor show isn't the biggest motor show in the motoring calendar, but it's often host to big-hitters of the next 12 months.© Haymarket The New York motor show isn't the biggest motor show in the motoring calendar, but it's often host to big-hitters of the next 12 months.

Last year's New York motor show brought us big-hitters including the Audi R8 Spyder, facelifted Nissan GT-R, and Mazda MX-5 RF.

This year, there look to be more US-focused models and a larger selection of SUVs, with the following cars tipped to appear when the show gets underway on April 12.

Acura's sharply-styled TLX will be revealed in New York later this month.© Haymarket Acura's sharply-styled TLX will be revealed in New York later this month. Acura TLX

We don’t get the TLX (or Honda's upmarket Acura brand) in the UK, but the posh saloon’s new look, which is heavily influenced by the sharply-styled Precision Concept of last year's Detroit motor show, makes us excited to see it anyway.

Read more: Acura Precision concept unveiled in Detroit

Dodge Challenger SRT Demon

The Dodge Challenger Hellcat’s 707 hp clearly wasn’t enough for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, so they’ve boosted it and added numerous upgrades to make the SRT Demon. It promises to be one of the most extreme muscle cars on the road.

Read more: Right-hand-drive Chevrolet Corvettes on sale in UK

Ford GT

We’ve seen the GT numerous times, but the show’s choice to put it center stage on its video poster suggests it’ll have a have a large presence there.

Read more: Ford GT advertised in Europe for €200k over retail price

Infiniti's preview image of the next QX80 shows a prettier front-end than the current SUV flagship.© Haymarket Infiniti's preview image of the next QX80 shows a prettier front-end than the current SUV flagship. Infiniti QX80

Infiniti’s enormous QX80 flagship SUV is to get a new look at New York, three years after it was initially revealed. 

Read more: Nissan chief designer Shiro Nakamura to retire

© Provided by Haymarket Media GroupJeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

Not happy with one Hellcat derivative at New York, FCA is expected to bring the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk to New York. It’ll get the same engine as the Dodge Hellcat, although it’s not yet known if it’ll be in that car's full-blown 707 hp state of tune.

Read more: Next Jeep Grand Cherokee to be based on Alfa Romeo platform

© Provided by Haymarket Media GroupNissan GT-R Track Edition

The GT-R Track Edition has already made its way to the UK, but the model gets an outing at the New York motor show ahead of sales commencing in the US. 

© Provided by Haymarket Media GroupRange Rover Velar

Land Rover’s newest Range Rover model made a splash at the Geneva motor show, and gets its American debut at the New York motor show.

Read more: Land Rover design director Gerry McGovern on the new Range Rover Velar

© Provided by Haymarket Media GroupToyota FT-4X

Toyota has only shown a small section of the FT-4X, but we know from this glimpse that it’s on the more rugged end of the SUV scale, suggesting that it could be a replacement for the Hummer-esque FJ Cruiser.

Read more: Toyota schedules first connected car trial for 2018

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