The New York International Auto Show has sped its way back to NYC for another year of amazing, unique, and exotic cars for the likes of all; even WOMEN. The GlamMaverick had the chance to get a sneak peak of these cars sitting pretty at the Jacob Javitz Center courtesy of She Buys Cars “Girls Night Out”.
As we all know, you can expect the first couple days to be very, very crowded. But amongst the crowd, be sure to stop by a few of the brands that caught our eye!
When you hear GENESIS, I am sure you are thinking about the Hyundai Genesis. The model, however, has branched on off as it’s own luxury car company under Hyundai.
Their popular G90 is a sight to see. Their backseat features such as the backseat visors, reclining backseats, and function buttons equivalent to those in the front of the car makes sitting in the back seat worthwhile.
If that’s not enough for the eye, the new GV80 SUV will bring a tear to your eye. The exclusive all white, red and tan interior, with suede dashboard, and a 23 inch display is the first Genesis SUV to launch. The sweetest part… it comes with matching luggage made from the same interior material! With the help of former Bugatti designer, Alexander Selipanov (the new Chief Designer of Genesis), the car has that LUXURY LOOK that you would not expect to see from Hyundai. Unfortunately, you will have to wait two years to purchase. If you are lucky enough to talk to Jesse at the auto show, make sure you do so.
The Mercedes-Benz Maybach S650 Cabriolet is music to your ears and to your wallets; if you’re ready to cough up the dough on the heavy price tag. The sleek, all-white interior and exterior drop top adds extra shine at the headlights with its Swarovski headlights. It will only cost you $350,000.
Few More Favorites to Check Out:
The Toyota Camry has a new and sexier look that can pass for a sports car. You also want to check out the Virtual Reality Tour on Jaguar’s FIRST Electric car, The I-PACE SUV.
Now we don’t want to spill all of the beans. So share with us your highlights of this year’s Auto Show.
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