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New York Auto Show 2024: Watch ‘In the Fast Lane’ to Preview the NYIAS at the Jacob Javits Convention Center

NEW YORK (WABC) — Join Eyewitness News meteorologists Lee Goldberg and Brittany Bell and sports anchor Ryan Field to get an inside look at the New York International Auto Show in our special, In the Fast Lane, on Saturday, March 30 at 7 p.m.

He New York International Auto Show is packed with the newest and most popular cars, and ABC7 takes you on an electrifying journey to see it all. This year, there are more cars than ever, with electric vehicles at every turn. The special look at the Electric Ride of the Auto Show & Drive track: the largest indoor test track in the world.

Plus, get ready for thrilling rides in exciting cars, including the new all-electric Cadillac Lyriq and the stunning Rolls Royce Spectre. Plus, join us for a bumpy ride in a Ford Bronco at their new “Off-Rodeo Experience” outdoor track.

Check out Robert Downey, Jr.’s “Dream Cars,” a collection of vintage vehicles that Downey had converted to be more environmentally friendly. Gas guzzlers went electric… and even an old diesel car was rigged to run on French fry grease. And find out how you can win one in a giveaway!

For your chance to win one of Robert Downey Jr.’s Dream Cars, go to for specific entry requirements.

We’ll show you how the Auto Show celebrates history, from classic sports cars to celebrity favorites. And check out a star’s new take on a fan favorite… a special Mustang designed entirely by actress Sydney Sweeney. Plus, discover a wild twist on car customizations and a teen artist’s latest masterpiece at the Javits Center.

Buckle up for your guide to all the latest in the world of wheels! Only ABC7 brings it to you. Take a ride in the fast lane!

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