One by one this year's auto shows are being scrapped over the novel coronavirus.
Lucid is continuing to hire people and ready the Air for production despite the coronavirus.
The news comes shortly after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo confirmed an additional 31 cases of the coronavirus in the state.
Carlos Tavares will attend the 2020 New York Auto Show to claim the World Car Person of the Year Award.
Honda will present the 2021 Odyssey at the New York Auto Show next month.
The iconic Bronco is set to rejoin Ford's expanding range of SUVs later this year. Here's what we know about it.
The New York Auto Show is scheduled to open to the press on April 8.
With no fewer than six entries, Porsche is a favorite at the 2020 WCOTY Awards.
The 2021 Genesis G80 will debut in March and feature an all-new platform as well as new powertrains.
The New York Auto Show is still slated to kick off on April 8th.
The Lucid Air won't use LG Chem's pouch cells like many other current electric cars.
The road-going Lucid Air will be capable of traveling 400 miles on a charge.
Cadillac's first electric crossover will use a modular platform.
Ford will launch the smaller Bronco Sport late this year, with the bigger Bronco to launch in early 2021.
The new Porsche 911 GTS (992) should pack a 473 HP twin-turbo flax-six and a standard manual gearbox.
The BMW M8, Porsche Taycan and Toyota Supra will compete for the title of World Performance Car.
Sounds like we'll have to wait a few months more to see the all-electric VW ID 4 in all its production glory.
The Lucid Air will initially be sold in high-end grades starting over $100k. The launch model is named Dream Edition.
Kia's new-gen Sedona, also called Carnival in other markets, is expected to debut at the 2020 New York Auto Show in April.