As we inch closer and closer to the 2014 New York Auto Show, which runs April 18-27, 2014, the collective eyes of auto industry critics and fans will turn to see what amazing vehicles automakers from around the world will reveal. Are you ready? Continue reading
New York Auto Show
The Empire State Building is a sky-scraping icon that makes the New York City skyline one of the most recognizable in the world. It has played host to one of the most iconic moments in movie history (King Kong’s climb), an annual 1,576-step race called the Empire State Building Run-Up, and thousands of weddings. It will now host an iconic American muscle car, the 2015 Ford Mustang, during the 2014 New York Auto Show. Continue reading
Yes, you read that right: 25 years of the Mazda MX-5 Miata. For those of us old enough to remember a world without the Miata, it certainly doesn’t feel like a quarter-century has passed since the release of the iconic roadster. The MX-5 made its debut at the 1989 Chicago Auto Show, drawing rave reviews from critics and reviving a bygone era of small, two-seater sports cars like the Triumph Spitfire and the MG B.
No matter your opinion on the Miata (it’s always been a critics’ darling, but is sometimes stereotyped as a “chick car”) you have to admire the diminutive Mazda’s staying power. Twenty-five years is an incredible production run for any model these days, especially considering the fickle tastes of consumers.
The luxury arm of Honda, Acura, will soon show the world a production-ready version of its next-generation sedan, the TLX. When the 2014 New York Auto Show rolls around in April, fans and automotive critics can be prepared to see the production version of this lauded concept vehicle from a luxury brand that sometimes gets overlooked. However, looking at the concept’s original design, the TLX may turn some heads and attract the attention that Acura so strongly deserves. Continue reading