Tony didn't like being snatched out of time, space, and whatever else made up reality. Winding up in a strange city in a building that had no business relocating unless Tony wanted it relocated.
After appearing here instead of making it to the toilet in his california estate, he'd gone through Stark Tower, confirming that everything inside was as it should be, while prompting Jarvis to work out just what the hell was going on with the sky scape. The monitors hadn't picked up any abnormal energy fluxuations they were programmed to scan for big enough to bring Tony and his most impressive estate here, but they were definitely reading a different environment outside.
After a few hours it was determined that it was safe to leave the building, but other than the fact that environment and structures outside were similar to New York, for the most part, Jarvis hadn't been able to determine anything else. He hadn't even been able to find a name for the place beyond "the City", which was quite unimaginative in Tony's opinion. Stark Tower's own title notwithstanding.
Tony didn't take the suit out with him. It was still being repaired after the battle with the Chitauri, as most of Tony's time and effort had been focused on helping New York recover and working with Bruce when he'd convinced him to stick around.
Instead Tony donned one of his best suits and went down to the garage, selecting the newest toy he'd received. He wasn't supposed to drive it around yet, since it wasn't released for another six months, but this wasn't a city on earth as far as he could gather so he might as well play with it while figuring out what was going on.
The car growled quite audibly as Tony drove through the streets, looking around and then glancing at the nonfunctioning GPS. It was his own installation, so the fact that the screen was displaying an error message was quite annoying to the billionaire. "Jarvis, take that screen off," he snapped after two blocks. "Just... just turn it off."
"Yes, sir," Jarvis said, blacking out the screen. "How are you finding the city?"
Tony glanced around as he pulled to a stop at a light, glancing around. "Looks like an American city," he said. "Everybody looks dull. Or confused."
Tony didn't respond, looking closer at the young woman who had invoked the comment. Curiosity got the better of him and he looked up at the sky to where she was peering, though he didn't say anything out of the ordinary. Tony rolled his eyes at his own gullibility and put his eyes back on the road. "Try to find a stretch of tar where I can let this baby loose."
"I'll do my best, sir, but I'm still connecting with the local networks."