Fast, innovative, wacky vehicles at New York Auto Show

The New York International Auto Show is back at the Jacob Javits Center featuring vehicles from around the world, with cars for every budget and taste, whether you're shopping or just browsing.

While some of the models may be familiar, they're also unveiling models never before seen by the public, like the Range Rover Velaar.

There are cars for the enthusiastic collector like the limited edition Ford GT, a consumer version of a race car. It can go more than 200 mph and costs about $450,000.

Chevrolet's new Bolt EV is an innovation of electric car technology. It features a 150-kilowatt motor that takes you from 0 to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds.

And a concept SUV for dogs. It transforms the Nissan Rogue into the Nissan Dogue. It is complete with a ramp, food bowls, and hoses to wash and dry your four-legged friend. It is like a mobile doggy spa.

The New York International Auto Show runs April 14-23. Tickets are $17 for adults and $7 for kids. You can go to for more details.