2017 New York Auto Show: Biggest American Debuts

2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk
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Big Iron From U.S. Automakers in the Big City

The domestic automakers chose this year’s New York International Auto Show to make some of their splashiest introductions of the auto show season, and they didn’t bring any economy cars to the party. Instead, they presented serious upgrades to their SUV and car portfolios.

Some are complete redesigns, like the 2018 Lincoln Navigator, while others are minor model refreshes with just enough new features to get the cars to their next updates. From Dodge comes a car that’s touted as the most powerful production muscle car ever produced.