L.A. Auto Show
This week brings with it an exciting array of artsy activities as well as outdoor exploration, movie screenings and an impressive car show that will get you revved up. So, get ready for some fun. […]
But I just like the way it looks: especially with its matte grey finish, and aggressive front end. Boys love their wide grilles and front-end scoops.
(A)nd there’s even a widescreen video screen for front seat passengers who want something to watch, when they’re tired of being stared at.
The new supercar making its debut at the L.A. Auto show is one of only 90, planned for sale in the U.S., and it’s one of only just more than 300, worldwide.
where some cars have radar, to help with cruise control, the DC-100 has sonar
KNX’s Steve Grad interviews Mickey Blythe, director of GM’s electrical systems, at the 2010 L.A. Auto Show.
KNX’s Steve Grad interviews Don Butler, Cadillac’s Marketing VP, on the new designs the company is unveiling in 2011.
Steve Grad interviews John Fitzpatrick, GM’s marketing director for performance cars, on the new Camaro convertible.
KNX’s Bill Seward interviews Tony Disalle on the new, award-winning Chevy volt at the 2010 L.A. Auto Show.
KNX’s Bill Seward interviews one of the top designers behind Cadillac’s new push towards more compact cars.
Got a suggestive question about whether they come with the car? Try it: I’m sure they’ve never heard it before.
L.A. Auto Show media days, Wednesday and Thursday. The show opens to the public on Friday, so here’s my plan: I’ll be there for the media days; and come back to this space to point out a couple of must-see displays for the opening weekend.
Some people wait for new movies, others wait for new fashions; I wait for new cars. Back in the day, ‘new car season’ was held until Fall: now, it’s whenever the manufacturer can get something to market. That said, the L.A. Auto Show is just more than a week away.