The last of the major domestic auto shows is set to take place in a couple of weeks, and that means the temporary end of concept cars, production vehicles, and first looks at the newest technology.
Fret not, however: We have you covered. Here are five of the luxury cars that are scheduled to debut at the upcoming New York auto show:
McLaren Sports Series
After what seemed like years of silence, McLaren is on a product offensive, and the Sports Series will be the volume model to extend that objective. Details about the next product line from McLaren are scheduled to drop soon, and we'll share them as soon as they do.
The traditional, five-door complement to the already-unveiled GLE Coupe will be unveiled for the first time at the New York auto show. The GLE effectively replaces the M-class SUV—a nameplate almost 20 years old—in a push to standardize naming conventions at Mercedes-Benz.
The next Lexus RX sport-utility vehicle, presumably based heavily on the renewed Toyota Highlander, will bow in New York.
Cadillac is making a big deal about its upcoming move to New York City and the first product to symbolize the move: the CT6 sedan, which we first saw in the automaker's Oscar night commercial. A 3.0-liter, biturbo V-6 that produces 400 horsepower is just one of the innovations expected to make the CT6 stand out from the luxury establishment.
A tarted-up BMW 6-series Gran Coupe under the skin, but not quite an M6, this is the latest from Alpina, BMW's skunkworks within a skunkworks. Expect the sleek four-door coupe to make a big splash in New York, after it was unveiled at the recent Geneva auto show.
The excitement for the New York auto show begins next week, and Auto World News will be live and on the ground with full coverage.