Performance and muscle cars dominate the New York International Auto Show this year, with everything from the 840-horsepower, wheelie-popping Dodge Demon to the more subtle but equally jaw-dropping Koenigsegg Agera RS1, at 1,360-horsepower, making their debut at the Jacob Javits Convention Center.
There are high-performance SUVs, exotic sports cars, coupes and, well, just about everything that you can imagine. Perhaps that’s no surprise considering the fact that gas remains cheap and the Trump Administration is hinting it may roll back the aggressive fuel-economy mandates that were expected to rise to 54.5 mpg by 2025.
But while the green machines that have had such a high-profile presence at the New York International Auto Show in recent years may be taking a back seat, they are far from gone entirely. In fact, some of the more intriguing debuts during this past week’s media preview show that environmentally friendly vehicles are becoming even more of a presence than ever. (more…)