LA Auto Show
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More than 20 world debuts, including vehicles from Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Nissan and Subaru, are expected at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, which opens to the public this Friday.
Forget the freeways: automotive designers want to get you to work via the Los Angeles River.
Looking for a muscle car? Something that you can tool the kids around from soccer to ballet practice? Maybe something sporty? Or perhaps you like looking at concept cars and dreaming about the future.
Hyundai made a splash at last year’s Los Angeles Auto Show with the debut of the redesigned Elantra, which was enormously successful for the Korean automaker (2011 US sales doubled from the previous year). At […]
The executives at Kia are feeling bullish about the future: “Over the past three years Kia’s design-led transformation has delivered more new products than any other brand,” announced Michael Sprague, the company’s Vice President of […]
It’s clear from a visit to Dodge at the LA Auto Show that there’s new life at Dodge-Chrysler since partnering with Fiat a couple of years ago. The little Fiat 500 has been making a […]
2011 was a tough year for Toyota, which dealt with twin problems of vehicle recalls and production stoppage that occurred after the massive earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in March. But the world’s number […]
Chevrolet is riding high at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Celebrating its 100th Birthday, Chevy commands a large presence in the South Pavilion of The Los Angeles Convention Center. A familiar model name, but totally […]
Honda unveiled two new vehicles at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show: The first was an all-electric version of its Fit subcompact; a commuter car that will run up to 123 highway miles on a […]
The holiday season starts early for car buffs each year in the Southland, when the Los Angeles Auto Show comes to the Convention Center.
The CX-5 is the first new Mazda to debut with the Japanese auto-maker’s new direction in styling. A more aggressive front end replaces previous Mazda’s ‘smiling grill’-look.
It’s finally here! The 2011 LA Auto Show is kicking off Friday at the Los Angeles Convention Center. From performance, horsepower and luxury to the latest eco-friendly electrics and hybrids, more than 900 new models will be on display through Nov. 28.
It’s time for the annual unveiling of the new car models at the L.A. Auto Show! Bryce Gruber, editor of TheLuxurySpot.com, stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to talk about her favorite models.
CBS2’s Kent Shocknek is giving us a sneak peek at some of the 20 vehicles that will make their world debut at the LA Auto Show, which runs Nov. 18 through Nov. 27.