A New 2015 Subaru Outback, an Alfa Romeo for America, the Dodge Charger's New Nose, and More -- Don't Miss the NYC Auto Show

The Motley Fool brings you the best of Day 2 at the New York International Auto Show.

Apr 22, 2014 at 7:32PM

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The all-new 2015 Subaru Outback was one of the more popular debuts at the New York International Auto Show on Thursday. Photo credit: Subaru

The New York International Auto Show is a major stop on the world's auto-show circuit. Like so much else in New York, it's big, it's loud, and it's one of the industry's highest-profile stages.

Rex Moore and John Rosevear, better known as The Motley Fool's Motor Money duo, were in New York for the first of two days devoted the world's automotive and financial media -- and they've captured the highlights to share with you through the magic of video.

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The 2015 Dodge Charger's restyled front end was the topic of much discussion at the show on Thursday. Photo credit: Fiat Chrysler

Last Wednesday Rex and John brought you all the highlights of Day 1, including Toyota's (NYSE:TM) new Camry, Ford's (NYSE:F) Mustang celebration, and more. Now they're back with the big news from Day 2: An all-new Subaru Outback, overhauled versions of the Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger, and the new -- and quite small -- Jeep Renegade.

Rex and John also took a close look at the Alfa Romeo 4C, the first U.S.-bound car from the storied Italian marque in decades and an important part of Fiat Chrysler's (NASDAQOTH:FIATY) global luxury-car ambitions. And there's one last surprise, as the duo bring you the on-the-scene details of Ford's coolest publicity stunt in ages -- reporting right next to a certain yellow Mustang high above New York's streets.

It's all here in Rex and John's video report on Day 2 of the New York International Auto Show. Check it out, and then scroll down to leave a comment with your thoughts on the show.

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