New York International Auto Show at the Jacob Javits Center
This week I had the pleasure appearing at the 2007 New York International Auto Show. The New York International Auto Show will be running from April 7th through April 15th. Racing Fans and car enthusiast will especially enjoy this year's event at the Jacob Javits Convention Center.
The New York International Auto Show is a premier annual auto event held every year in the springtime around Easter. It is a major marketing event to help publicize the world and international auto manufacturer's promoting their newest cars and trucks to the public and media. New York City is the most famous city in the world, therefore, making it the premier city marketing new state of the art technology in automobiles.
The 2007 Auto show will be showcasing high-tech advances in auto technology specifically the debut of the Hybrid Technologies' new L1X-75 lithium battery-powered electric car. This amazing car has a top speed of 175 mph and will advance from zero to 60 in 3.1 seconds. Is that fast enough for you darlings! What is even more astounding is that this scientific high-tech rocket inspired car is powered by nothing more than your standard 110v outlet and is designed to appeal to sport car enthusiasts.
The L1X-75 made its public debut at this year's international auto show in New York City, and according to many experts, could very well represent the future of the international auto industry.
One of the winners at this years event were 2008 Mercedes-Benz C-Class.
This car is most definitely well proportioned. The car has a roomy back seat and a nice big trunk. Another fabulous winner is the Ford Shelby GT500KR Edition. The GT500KR wins because it's a 540-hp Mustang revealed to me by handsome Product Specialist Spokesperson Shelby GT 500 Tom Bastianelli. Another fabulous winner was the Maserati GranTurismo. This beauty has stunning sensuous looks, a powerful V-8 engine and cachet to spare. It's the kind of delicious sports car that'll make you want to sell all your Google stock just to purchase the car.
My favorite was the 2008 Cadillac STS. I especially adored the 2007 XLR Roadster Cadillac convertible in Liquid Amethyst, what a car darlings! Superb the next best thing to a Pink Caddy!
Cadillac cites its Sixteen concept car of a few years ago as the inspiration for the side vents on the front fenders. They were indeed on that show-stopping car, but the fact that practically every new production model to hit the market in the past year or so also has these vents will unavoidably make Cadillac appear to be the copycat.
To learn more about the New York International Auto Show please visit www.autoshowny.com
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