Recap Of The 2009 New York Auto Show

Written by tonks on April 15, 2009

2009 Nissan NISMO 370ZThe New York Auto Show is just one of the dozens of auto shows that we love to check out. Usually we can expect to see new concepts that will blow our minds (or make us bored) and check out a few models that we have heard about but have not yet had the pleasure of seeing up close yet.

Unfortunately Lamborghini, Ferrari, and Rolls Royce had backed out of the show in advance which meant that there were less supercars to check out. However, there were still a few that did not fail to impress. Without the biggest competition at the show the runner ups were able to get more show time in.

One of the first of these cars that was debuted to the public was the NISMO 370Z at the Rockefeller Center. This is quite a stage for such a stunning car. This supercar is similar to the 350Z and is equipped with a 3.7 liter V6 engine that can 2009 Fisker Karma Conceptpush out 350 horsepower. It also comes with 19” lightweight alloy forged wheels and a specially tuned suspension. Nissan will be ready to put this model on sale in June of this year.

Also we caught a glimpse of the Spyker Aileron and the Bentley Supersports. The new SMS Challenger 570 series took this time to launch it for the first time. They looked great even if there were a few parts missing underneath the hood. Some of the other supercars that showed up were the 57 Zeppelin, E63 AMG, Fisker Karma, Koenigsegg CCXR, 911 GT1, and the BMW X5M.

Posted Under: Nissan,Supercars

Reader Comments

I would love someday got a chance to actually been there for real.

Written By Supercars and Dreamcars-BMWX6 on April 21st, 2009 @ 8:15 pm

Me too, those are some beautiful cars.

Written By mdvaldosta on April 27th, 2009 @ 9:47 am

Those are beautiful cars. I’ve attended and showed my own vehicle at shows on the East Coast and rarely see cars of these caliber out and about. I too need to hit up some shows like this!!

Written By JeffC on May 29th, 2009 @ 6:05 pm

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