The New York International Auto Show is back at the Jacob Javits Convention Center after a two-year pandemic gap.
The 2022 show features a wide array of electric vehicles as the nation sees a rise in gas prices, in part due to Russia’s attack on Ukraine. For the first time, the center features an indoor track for potential buyers to test drive new electrics.
In kicking off the show, Gov. Kathy Hochul said the state will invest $1 billion in electric vehicle infrastructure, including the installation of new charging stations at Kennedy Airport.
Paige Perez has this report from the far West Side.
Videography and editing Lucy Cabrera