The New York International Auto Show brings luxurious hot rods, high-tech fuel sippers and an iconic Jeep to the Big Apple. Automakers will unveil a wide range of luxury vehicles, from sedans such as GM's crucial midsize Cadillac CTS and Hyundai's refreshed Equus sedan to sport-utility vehicles such as the Land Rover Range Rover Sport and Infiniti QX60 hybrid. Chrysler celebrates the return of the Jeep Cherokee, this time with a more urban flair. What else would you expect in New York?
When Hyundai Motor Co. last overhauled the Sonata in 2009, motorists embraced the curvier exterior and the South Korean company went on to gain more market share than any major automaker for the next half decade.