Though the New York International Auto Show isn’t a haven for concept cars, the handful in attendance still do their job, grabbing our attention and pointing (sometimes vaguely) toward what might come. The four at this year’s show, from a stick shift wagon to a luxurious bread van, seemed more outfitted for the actual street than a brightly lit podium at the Javits Center. If these cars do make production, they’ll be worthy of your hard-earned dollars. Consider yourselves warned, bread truck drivers.
A small group of concepts deliver big production dreams