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A look at the luxury cars of the New York Auto Show

Luxury cars may come with a hefty price tag, but they also have some bonus features you won’t find elsewhere.

Cheddar Staff

Apr 14, 2023, 10:41 AM

Updated 376 days ago


Just hit the lotto? Working hard to one day own a luxury vehicle or supercar? Cheddar News senior reporter Michelle Castillo takes a look inside some six-figure wonders at the New York International Auto Show.
Luxury cars may come with a hefty price tag, but they also have some bonus features you won’t find elsewhere.  
Take the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato -- it starts at $273,000, but at that steep price, this edition can drive on all terrains, including ice and sand.
If you’re looking for something a bit more practical, check out the Rolls-Royce Ghost. The wittering blue model comes with a starlight ceiling and all the upholstery is hand-stitched.
If you’re interested in the Rolls-Royce Ghost, it starts at $350,000. The model at the New York Auto Show is $450,000. And there are a couple of cool features. If you want people to know you have a Rolls-Royce with a button, you can show that you have the Spirit of Ecstasy bonnet ornament on your hood.
Every Rolls-Royce Ghost comes with coach doors, and if it’s raining, a nifty umbrella feature is packed right into the door.
But Lamborghini and Rolls Royce aren’t the only players in the game. If you’re in the market for a Porsche - and want to stand out - consider a Tedson Daydream Porsche. It’s a resto-mod, which means it’s a Porsche 993 completely redone with modern upgrades.
The idea was to study the original 911 body and look at it from today’s perspective in regard to performance, technology, and design.
It has the original chassis and engine block, but a new carbon fiber body. You can choose from gas, hybrid, and electric models.  And it’s fully customizable.
Each Tedson Daydream Porsche comes with sunglasses for each car which actually fit the driver based on their design preferences, color preferences, and even lens preferences.
The daydream starts at $500,000. But being able to wear bespoke sunglasses that match your ride? Priceless.
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