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TOTD: What Was Your Favorite 2014 New York Show Debut?

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 4/18/2014 Karla Sanchez
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Another auto show has come to a close in the Big Apple, and between a special Alfa Romeo, Land Rover's invisible hood, and the new Dodge Challenger, there was a little bit of everything at this year's 2014 New York Auto Show. Now that the dust has finally settled, we would like to know what your favorite New York Show debut was for today's TOTD, and if you can't remember all of them, let us refresh your memory with some of them. Acura TLX - The Acura TLX's looks weren't that big of surprise since we already saw the near-production ready car in Detroit, but the big news was its interior and two available engines: a 206-hp direct-injection 2.4-liter I-4 and a 290-hp direct-injection 3.5-liter V-6.


Alfa Romeo 4C Launch Edition - After so many delays, we weren't sure if we'd ever see the 4C here, but this Launch Edition is living proof that we're actually getting them on our shores starting in June. MotorTrend Image© Provided by MotorTrend MotorTrend Image

Audi A3 TDI - Joining the A3 lineup next summer will be the A3 TDI Sportback which looks much bolder than the sedan. The current diesel-powered A3 hatch is rated at 30/42/34 mpg, so we anticipate similar, if not better.

BMW X4 - The X6's mini-me, the X4 bowed in New York with just about everything the X6 has, albeit in a much smaller and cuter package.

Dodge Challenger, Charger - Perhaps the most anticipated reveals at the show, these old school muscle cars look more modern while still keeping their retro appeal. No Hellcat engine though? We'll have to wait a little longer for that… 2015 Dodge Charger© Provided by MotorTrend 2015 Dodge Charger

Hyundai Sonata - The Sonata lost many of its flowy curves inside and out in favor of sharper lines, but that wasn't necessarily the focus of this refresh since engineers paid more attention to improving its driving dynamics.

Infiniti Q70 - The Q70 debuted with a new look and a stretched out variant dubbed the Q70L, which sits on a 5.9-inch longer wheelbase, almost making it the same size as most full-size luxury sedans. Cool trick considering it's a midsize sedan.

Kia Sedona - The all-new Kia Sedona made its grand reveal in New York boasting a much more modern look and family-friendly features such as Speed Alert and Curfew Alert , perfect to keep those teen drivers in check. MotorTrend Image© Provided by MotorTrend MotorTrend Image

Land Rover Discovery - This Range Rover-esque concept blew spectators' minds with its “invisible hood.” We've never seen anything like it before, which makes this concept that much cooler.

Maserati GranTurismo Centennial Editions - Although the Centennial editions may not be anything entirely different from the regular GranTurismos, they certainly looked sweet in special paint colors and unique interior finishes.

Nissan Murano - Cool styling elements such as the floating roof make the Murano look pretty sleek, making it look so much better than its predecessor.

Subaru Outback - Boasting new styling, more advanced features, and improved fuel economy, the Outback sounds like another best-seller to us. It looks more rugged with a more aggressive stance, and it looks more like wagon than a weird mix between a crossover and wagon. MotorTrend Image© Provided by MotorTrend MotorTrend Image

Toyota Camry - The midsize sedan showed off drastically reworked styling, an improved interior, and over 2000 new parts that are supposed to improve road noise and handling. A new XSE model is also new, amping up the sportiness from the SE.

What was your favorite debut? Let us know in the comments below, and don't forget to check out everything that appeared in the Big Apple by clicking here.

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