The New York International Auto Show revs up this week and roars well into April.
Nissan makes a splash with a redesigned Altima and the Taxi of Tomorrow, a van that features a glass roof for a more open feeling. Lincoln's MKZ also features a glass roof -- one that opens up.
Other debuts include luxury models from Lexus and Acura, a rugged Ram pickup, and a slew of new models from General Motors. And don't miss Terrafugia's Transition, a sort a flying car.
The show opens to the public on Friday, April 6, and runs through April 15 at the Javits Center.
For Rick Alpern, who runs the Keyes Chevrolet auto dealership in Los Angeles, few tasks are tougher than selling big trucks to eco-conscious Californians looking for just enough pickup to fit a bike, beer keg or surfboard.