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NEW YORK—There has been much to see at this year’s New York International Auto Show.
Ford had a new hybrid police car.
Cadillac brought its new race car—unbeaten in 2017—and a new semi-autonomous system that uses head-tracking to know if the driver is paying attention. Range Rover added a fourth SUV to its line-up, and Genesis showed us a rather attractive fuel cell concept.
And Honda is finally bringing a proper Civic Type R to these shores.
Elsewhere in our coverage we chose our picks of the show, but there were a few more vehicles that caught our eye after two days of walking the floors of the Javits Center.
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