This year’s New York International Auto Show took place April 14-23 in New York City, and there wasn’t a shortage of innovative cars. The show is one of the first and largest attended auto shows in North America.
When the New York International Auto Show started in 1900, it was named the Automobile Club of America’s First Annual Automobile show. Sixty-nine exhibitors gathered in Madison Square Garden for a week to show approximately 160 vehicles. For the inaugural show, it is estimated that 48,000 visitors had attended. The vehicles that were on display had price tags ranging from $280-$4,000 (equivalent to $7,680-$109,750 in 2017).
Today, more than a million attendees visit the New York International Auto Show, and the price tags of the vehicles on display far surpass what they did in 1900.
In case you didn’t get to make it to the Big Apple this year, we have put together a list of some of the most exciting and talked about cars that drove onto the auto show floor this year.