Hooniverse 2016 New York International Auto Show Coverage

It’s that time of year again, the week before Easter weekend, the opening of the New York International Auto Show. First, allow me to say that the International part is a bit of a misnomer, as there sure as hell won’t be any new Ladas there. But I digress. Like with all other shows, we will have our awesome pointless summery at the end, but since I will be there LIVE, I plan on doing some live-ish coverage.
Because laptops are heavy and have a relatively short battery life, I plan on doing all my coverage from iPhone and/or my iPad. And that coverage will be mostly on the Hooniverse Facebook page, because that app is much easier to use. It is also much faster, much more relative, and much more, I don’t know, much more 2013 than the website itself. But have no fear, when there is something dramatic to show, it will be up on the website. Jeff will be at home, chained to his desk, manning the site.
In the mean time, if there is anything specific you want to see, just mention it in comments. Expect sarcasm, behind-the-scenes look, and general weird stuff.

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  1. CraigSu Avatar

    Given that some of us Hoonitarians want nothing to do with Facebook, Twitter, or other such social detritus your willingness to post to the website is greatly appreciated.

  2. tonyola Avatar

    What is this Facebook thing that everyone goes on and on about? I’d like to see the most possible show coverage here, please.

  3. Sjalabais Avatar

    Not a Lada internationalism, you say? Stock up on Lada badges and superglue and see how fast you can run:
    …now I wanted to follow this up with “on a serious note” or something, but no matter how deep I dig, there’s nothing there. I find the heritage cars the most interesting anyway, but if you come across Volvo’s new V90 I am seriously interested in the boot: After quite exactly 50 years of vertical rears (from 1966 Volvo 145 to 2016 V70), they venture from good old pragmatism to phony new designatism (?) – and how does that work out?

      1. Sjalabais Avatar

        One of my favourite garage posters. 🙂

  4. Ross Ballot Avatar
    Ross Ballot

    Anybody else going to the show? I’ll be there Sunday