The New York Auto Show might come hot on the heels of Detroit and Geneva, but that hasn't stopped the world's car companies from pulling out all the stops. From the modern-luxe Genesis New York Concept to the Audi R8 V10 Spyder, there was something for everyone on show. Take a look through our gallery to check out all the exciting metal on display in the city that never sleeps... Continue Reading In photos: The best from the New York Auto Show
- Gorgeous Genesis New York Concept previews the next generation of Korean luxury
- Icona takes asymmetrical approach with Neo concept
- BMW looks to the future with shape-shifting Vision Next 100 concept
- Scion unveils new-ish C-HR Concept, inspired by chopsticks and cutting boards
- Citroen reinvents the Mehari as an all-electric convertible beach cruiser
- Pininfarina gives a tractor the supercar treatment
Who says you can't change history? Jaguar has committed to doing just that. The company already went back and finished the six Lightweight E-type sports cars it never completed back in the '60s and now it's starting a new project. Jaguar Classic will draw on the experience it gained from the Lightweight E-type project in completing nine 1957 XKSS models that were planned but never finished. The continuation cars will be hand-built to the exact specifications of the originals, giving buyers the rare opportunity to buy a completely new classic car, an opportunity that will cost upwards of £1 million (US$1.4 million).