When: Fri., April 19 - Sun., April 28, 2019 Where: Javits Center,
11th Avenue and 34th St., NYC. Getting there: 8th Ave. A, C, or E trains;
7th Ave. 1, 2, or 3 trains; M42 shuttle bus.
Catch all the excitement at this year's New York Auto Show from Friday, April 19 through Sunday, April 28, 2019 at the Javits Center in the Big Apple.
Doors open daily from 10AM to 10PM and on Sundays from 10AM to 7PM at the Javits Center, located at 11th Avenue and 34th Street in Manhattan.
Ticket prices for the New York Auto Show are $17 for adults and $7 for children under 12. The recorded hotline
for more information is 1-800-282-3336.
Tickets go on sale online in December 2018 and are also available on-site at the Javits Center during the show.
This year, as watch for the grand unveiling of splashy new debuts of nearly 1,000 cars and trucks shown throughout more than four floors at North America's largest-attended auto show.
Getting to the New York Auto Show
Along with Long Island Railroad and Amtrak trains, the following subway lines also stop at nearby Penn Station : 8th Ave. A, C, or E trains; or the 7th Ave. 1, 2, or 3 trains.
For Metro-North travelers, or others coming into Grand Central Station at 42nd Street, an easy transfer to the M42 bus (which stops right outside Grand Central Station) whisks riders to the West Side with the last stop directly in front of the Javits Center on 11th Avenue.
See you there!
All about the New York Auto Show
The New York Auto Show was the first ever "car exhibition" in North America when it opened in 1900. Now, more than a century later, it remains one of America's premiere places to debut sexy new model cars from every major manufacturer.
Today, a million visitors are always expected to arrive -- to see the hottest concept and production cars on display. 2019 promises to introduce 40 top vehicle manufacturers debuting more than 60 brand new and proposed models for 2020 and beyond -- including new cars, trucks, minivans and SUV's.
DID YOU KNOW? New York Auto Show fun facts & trivia
"Horseless horses" were all the rage at the first
New York Auto Show at Madison Square Garden.
• The very first New York Auto Show debuted at Madison Square Garden in 1900 with 160 new vehicles on display, with prices ranging from $280 to a whopping $589 -- or equal to the annual average salary at the time.
• In 1949, the New York Auto Show went international with inclusion of European carmakers, including fancy new models from Aston, Bentley, Jaguar, Rolls-Royce, Renault and Peugot. Ten years later Datsun, Toyota, and Daihatsu became the first Japanese carmakers to display at New York Auto Show.
• The most expensive vehicle ever on display at the New York Auto Show debuted in 1972 and had a sticker price of $38 million. It was a fully-operational replica of the Apollo 15 lunar land rover from special exhibitor NASA.
• When it came to the Internet, the New York Auto Show was an early adopter. Shortly following the introduction of its new website, the show broke all Javits Center records for a Sunday when nearly 159,000 visitors attended the New York show on Easter Sunday 1997.
about the New York Auto Show around the Web:
check out the official site for the latest news and ticket information,
and if you're traveling to the show - surf around for info on
York City tourism and hotel info - plus more on International
New York Auto Show history, photos and trivia...
York International Auto Show
- The official site with updates, photos of
New York Auto Show debuts, concept cars and more, online ticket
purchase and times, directions,
hotel and parking info, exhibit map.