New York International Auto Show features the latest in adventure-ready vehicles

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Nowadays, cars don't just get you where you need to go, they come with 21st century customizations for everything from your day-to-day drives to extreme adventures.

The latest and greatest in all things automobiles were on display at the New York International Auto Show at the Javits Center.

Features like massaging chairs at the touch of a button in the Audi E-Tron and new “infotainment” screens in the new Jeep Wrangler were just some the cool car components on display.

In the new Jeep Wrangler, the entire roof can retract mechanically, and the windows can be removed in their entirety. The windshield also folds out, for an as open-road of an experience as you can get. 

Another gadget is a rear-facing camera, which isn’t exactly hard to find on a car, but with the simple click of a button, you can see what's in front of the car. This is one of the many innovative features on the brand-new Jeep Gladiator. Jeep's first pick-up truck in more than 20 years also comes with a portable Wi-Fi speaker and an outlet right in the bed, so drivers are never truly disconnected.

So, whether you're roughing it or relaxing, these rides come equipped with something for everyone.

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