News 12 checks out dream drives at NY auto show

Car fanatics from around the borough and even the world are converging in Manhattan for the 2015 New York International Auto Show. News 12 took

The latest versions of existing models and several world premieres are now on display.

The latest versions of existing models and several world premieres are now on display. (4/3/15)

NEW YORK - Car fanatics from around the borough and even the world are converging in Manhattan for the 2015 New York International Auto Show. 

News 12 took a trip to the Javits Center to take a look at the hottest wheels set to hit the streets, including the latest versions of existing models and several world premieres. 

Many of the cars on display don't come cheap, such as the new high-performance Mercedes AMG GTS, which starts at around $130,000. 

Many visitors dream about the car they'd choose if money was no object. If you're interested in something British, Jaguar unveiled its redesigned XF sedan. For others, their dream car is made in America, such as Cadillac's racing-inspired CTS-V Coupe that can reach speeds of up to 200 miles per hour. 

Auto lovers have until April 12 to check out all the latest sets of wheels for themselves. 

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