The 2012 New York Auto Show wraps up at the end of this week. Like its European counterparts in Geneva, Frankfurt and Paris, the Big Apple played host to a number of significant unveilings, with new production models making their first appearance, and new concepts offering a glimpse at the future. The Chrysler Group's long-awaited SRT Viper made its first appearance, along with Nissan's Australia-bound Altima sedan and the Legend-previewing Acura RLX sedan.
The Geneva Motor Show. In French, Salon International de l'Auto. Along with the likes of Frankfurt, Paris and New York, the annual event is one of the most important dates on the motoring world's calendar. Over the years, Geneva has... Read Post
Press days for the Frankfurt auto show, one of Europe's most important international auto shows, kick off Tuesday, and the lineup of production models and concept cars oriented largely for the European market evidence an auto indus... Read Post