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1992 NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL AUTOMOBILE SHOW HOSTS WORLD/NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE INTRODUCTIONS

 1992 NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL AUTOMOBILE SHOW
 HOSTS WORLD/NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE INTRODUCTIONS
 NEW YORK, March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The 1992 New York International Automobile Show, April 18-26 (Press days April 15-17), at the Jacob K. Javits Center, the nation's largest auto show, will play host for several world and North American automobile introductions.
 Among the most exciting introductions will be the 1993 Cadillac Brougham, making its world debut; the 1993 BMW 5-Series station wagon, making its North American debut; the 1993 IsoRivolta Grifo from Italy, making its worldwide auto show debut; and the flexible-fuel Subaru Rioma concept compact sports car, making its first and only North American appearance.
 Also on display will be the outrageous 400-hp 1992 Dodge Viper roadster, the award-winning Cadillac Seville and Eldorado, the Nissan 300ZX and 240SX Convertibles, the 12-cylinder Mercedes 600SEL, the 270-hp Lexus SC400 and the 1994 Chrysler New Yorker.
 Visitors to the show will get a peek at many 1993 models including the all new Infiniti J30, the re-styled Ford Probe, the Dodge Intrepid sedan, the totally redesigned Jeep Grand Cherokee, the $53,000 Porsche 911 RS America, the Nissan Quest and Mercury Villager minivans and the Toyota and Saturn station wagons.
 The extravaganza will mix the glitz, glamour and fantasy of the big annual show with a healthy dose of Responsible Motoring reality.
 Responsible Motoring is the concept that while automobiles can be fun and exciting they also must be safe, clean and efficient and driven properly.
 At the show, visitors will see exploding airbags, consider electric vehicles and learn safe driving tips. An extensive educational "Responsible Motoring and You" exhibit, will feature a wide variety of displays from business, government and private groups.
 According to Michael Lazarus, auto show chairman, "Whereas the 80s were the "me" decade, the 90s is the "green" decade. The concern for personal and environmental health has entered every aspect of our lives and is strongly affecting the automotive industry.
 "At the auto show, people can learn what effect the Green movement will have in their lives in terms of the automobiles they drive."
 As part of Responsible Motoring, exhibitors will include information on safety, the environment, alternative fuels and safe driving in their displays.
 Also at the show will be spectacular new concept cars from the world's manufacturers including BMW, Chrysler, Pontiac, Ford, Buick, Toyota, Chevrolet, GMC, Oldsmobile, Mitsubishi and Subaru. These concept vehicles typically represent automotive designers' visions of the future and are used to gauge consumer reactions.
 On center stage will be the Lincoln Marque X, a super sleek convertible with a 32-value V-8, rumored to be the next Lincoln Mark coupe, the Hyundai HCD-1 targa-topped roadster and the Mitsubishi HSR- III hi-tech racer with motorcycle-like controls.
 Over 40 manufacturers will be represented from the United States, Europe and Asia.
 Other attractions at the big show will be celebrity autograph signings, world-famous race cars, slot-car racing, auto accessories, contests and giveaways.
 The 92nd-annual show, sponsored by the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association, will begin Saturday, April 18, (April 17 will be a special red carpet day for local charities) and will run through Sunday, April 26. Media days and the keynote International Motor Press Association breakfast will begin on Wednesday, April 15.
 92nd New York International Automobile Show, New York, N.Y.
 April 18-26
 Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
 For information: 718-746-5300
 Tickets: $8 adult, $2 children under 12
 Hours: Sunday: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
 Monday to Saturday, 11 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.
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 /NOTE TO EDITORS: Press conference featuring some of the world's highest ranking automotive executives, including Chrysler Chairman Lee Iacocca, will be conducted throughout the press preview days on April 15-17. Press preview credentials and regular show passes are available for all members of the media by contacting Kermish-Geylin Public Relations (212-315-4900) or by visiting the press room at the Javits Center during the show./
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 /CONTACT: Stuart Schorr of Kermish-Geylin Public Relations, 212-315-4900, for New York International Automobile Show/ CO: New York International Automobile Show ST: New York IN: AUT SU:


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