Usually the sleek, roaring sports cars get the biggest auto show crowds and most attention from photographers. But for the second year in a row at the New York International Auto Show, Lincoln has come up with a startling large concept vehicle that’s stealing the limelight.
Last year, it was a concept for the resurrected Continental — now going into production. This time, the stunner from the formerly staid Lincoln is the concept version of the redesigned Lincoln Navigator — featuring huge gull-wing doors and a folding staircase (pictured above), like a small airplane.
And while this Navigator is a star, there’s no lack of stylish ready-to-rumble sports cars at this year’s New York show. Nissan unveiled its redesigned GT-R sports car that it will produce in a racing version (and will race). On the green end of the spectrum, Toyota is out with a plug-in version of its pioneering Prius hybrid — which it calls Prius Prime. Hyundai is introducing its all-new (if oddly spelled) Ioniq, which will come in three versions: classic gas-electric hybrid, plug-in hybrid and all-electric.
Click ahead for more details on the five cars that are turning heads in New York.
Click here for photos of some of the show’s other dazzlers, such as the Audi R8.