When you think of performance-car hotbeds, New York City doesn't usually leap to mind.
But this year's New York auto show press days, April 12-13, will be packed with unveilings of track and near-track cars. There's significant range, from three Mercedes GLC 63 models to the Nissan GT-R Track Edition to the Dodge Demon drag racer. Other tire-screechers include the Audi TT RS, the Jeep Cherokee Trackhawk and the Lexus LS 500 F Sport.
Significant production vehicles will arrive, too, including the redesigned Lincoln Navigator and Buick Enclave. Subaru, Genesis and Toyota will roll out concepts, notably Toyota's FT-4X, expected to be a futuristic spin on a four-wheel-drive crossover.