The New York motor show takes place from 1-14 April, and Autocar will be there to bring you the latest news, pictures and industry gossip.
With new cars from the likes of McLaren, Mercedes-Benz and Jaguar all taking centre stage at the show, New York is shaping up to be a significant event in the motoring calendar. Below you'll find details of all the new models expected at the show. Keep checking back to this page for updates.
BMW X5 xDrive 40e - Already driven in prototype form, the hybrid X5 features a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine working in conjunction with an electric motor. Power outputs are rated at 309bhp and 332lb ft.
Cadillac CT6 - Cadillac's Mercedes S-Class rival will be crucial in rebuilding the brand in Europe, and is expected to be offered with the option of a high-performance twin-turbocharged V8 engine.
Chevrolet Spark - A new version of Chevrolet's city car is on the way.
Ford Focus RS - It's the US debut for Ford's all-wheel drive hot hatchback, which comes in a new colour dubbed 'Nitrous Blue'
Jaguar XF - Jaguar's BMW 5 Series challenger arrives in UK showrooms this autumn, with a new lightweight aluminium structure and efficient Ingenium engines.
Kia Optima - Having closely previewed the look of the new Optima estate with the Sportspace concept in Geneva, Kia will showcase its fourth-generation Optima line-up in New York.
Land Rover Range Rover SVAutobiography - The latest offering from JLR's SVO division shifts focus from performance to luxury, with th emost expensive series production Range Rover ever made.
Lexus RX - Lexus' new RX SUV will go on sale at the end of this year, and is expected to adopt similar styling cues to the smaller NX.
LM2 Streamliner - The first model from New York-based startup Lyons Motor, the LM2 Streamliner comes with 1677bhp from its 8.2-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine, and is claimed to hit 60mph in 2.2 seconds.
McLaren 570S Coupé - The 570S Coupé is the first car in McLaren's entry-level Sports Series range, and will go on sale soon after its New York debut.
Mercedes-Benz GLE - The old ML-Class is now badged GLE, and the facelifted model adopts styling cues from the smaller GLE Coupé. It'll go on sale in July, competing with other high-end SUVs like the Porsche Cayenne and BMW X5.
Mitsubishi Outlander facelift - The updated Outlander was previewed with the PHEV Concept S at the Paris motor show last year. Now it's time for the production version.