The 2015 New York International Auto Show occurred this April with a spectacle for petrol-heads. The New York International Auto Show is the biggest car show on the continent, and this year doesn’t disappoint: The exhibits were bigger, bolder, and brasher than in the past and they showcased all of the things car lovers have come to desire.
Among the shows highlights was the $2.3 million Aston Martin supercar, McLaren’s first sports car, and Porsche Boxster that’s powered up and stripped of anything that might make driving it less than exhilarating.
The Aston Martin Vulcan will go for $2.3 million and they’ve made only two dozen of them. The Vulcan is made of carbon fiber and is packing a 7.0-liter V12 mounted just behind the front axle that drives the rear wheels.
Looking to take a chunk out of Porsche’s 911 sales, McLaren gives us the 570S: a toned down take on its 650S that can still hit 60 mph in 3.2 seconds and top out at 204 mph. Starting price for the brand’s first sports car is $184,900.
Porsche took a break from cranking out SUVs to drop the most powerful Boxster ever. With 375 hp and strict weight-cutting it’ll run 0 to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds. The Boxster will start at $82,000.