2014 NY Auto Show

Digital Trends will be on the ground at the 2014 New York International Auto Show, the last of the big three American auto shows.

In years past, the New York Show has received the leftovers, after LA, Detroit, and Geneva have locked-down the big stories for the year. For 2014, though, it appears the world's automakers are making a big showing in the Big Apple.

Mercedes will be showing its all-new S63 AMG 4MATIC Coupe, BMW will have a slew of new models, including its X4 and - perhaps - a M4 Convertible, and Mazda will celebrate the MX-5's 25th birthday.

There will surely be plenty more - and at least a few surprises - from the show floor this year. We'll be on the debuts as they hit, so be sure to check back often.

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