2024 New York Auto Show supercars

The New York Auto Show is up and running today, with some everyday car reveals from Hyundai, Kia, and Honda, and some supercars on display.

Lamborghini is showing its Revuelto, boasting a top speed of 217 mph and 0-60 of 2.5 seconds. The Rimac Nevera beats that top speed in its world debut, boasting 256 mph and a price tag of $2.2 million.

Camp Jeep with Grand Cherokee

Rolls-Royce brought out its new Spectre, an electric, while Bentley is showing its GTC S, a twin-turbo 4-liter V8 powered luxury model capable of 198 mph—close to the four-door Dodge Charger Hellcat, but possibly more impressive since it’s a convertible.

Karma started out as Fisker before Tesla was born, essentially working to the same plan but with more realistic promises and therefore much less funding. The Fisker Karma was eventually acquired by a Chinese company which now uses the Karma brand. Karma is showing two cars, the Kaveya two-seater with carbon-fiber body, 250-mile range, 180 mph top speed, and 0-60 of less than 3 seconds; and the Gyesera, with the same range, 590 hp, and 4.2 second 0-60 time. (Confusingly, incidentally, Henrik Fisker made another car company after that—also called Fisker—but their main car is the Ocean.)

Other supercars are the Lotus Emira, Lamborghini Urus (with a twin turbo 4-liter V8), and Koenigsegg Gemera, a 300-car run of four-seaters with 1.27 megawatts of power and 0-60 mph time of 1.9 seconds.

Stellpower.com will be covering the show tomorrow from the Jacob Javits Center in what used to be an oddly hard to reach part of Manhattan; but which is now easily reached by ferry or #7 subway.  The illustration is from last year’s Camp Jeep at the New York Auto Show; this year Camp Jeep is accompanied by the copycat but more cleverly named Ford Off-Roadeo.

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