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The Los Angeles Auto Show with Over 1000 Vehicles is a Must See!

Dec 01 2017
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Los Angeles Convention Center
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08:00
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With over 100 participants every year, the Los Angeles Auto Show is approved by the Greater Los Angeles New Car Dealers Association. The 2017 LA auto show will feature the latest models by car manufacturers from around the world. It is open to anyone from the general public, both adults and children. If you are a car enthusiast and lover, then the Los Angeles Auto Show is the place for you

What to Do at the LA Auto Show

Either you are a hardcore car enthusiast or just someone who loves to be enterained by the sight of sleek autos, the LA Auto Show is the place for you. There are so many reasons why you should not miss the Los Angeles Auto Show. Ranging from the new car models on display to the free test drives, the reasons are endless. What’s more, you will have the opportunity to buy any car of your choice without any hassle or stress.

1000+ Vehicles on Display; and More

At the Los Angeles Auto Show, over 1000 vehicles are made available in the exhibit halls. Amazing, right? Different models and brands like Audi, MINI, Land Rover, Jaguar, Volvo, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Hyundai and so many other brands. You can check the models of cars that would be on display at the exhibition here.  Plus, there is usually a debut of over 50 vehicles at the LA Auto Show annually.

The 2017-18 LA auto show focuses on consumer-ready models on display with Chevrolet, Porsche, BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover, Nissan, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, with Infiniti and Lexus as the stars of the event.

Auto lovers who pay a visit to the LA Convention Center would get to see vehicles from design concepts as well as production models. The new concepts at the auto show is an indication of what the future of the automotive industry holds. You will have the chance to see production-ready automobiles and have an idea of what you will find at your dealer’s showroom in 2018.

Car Debuts At the LA Show

Over fifty vehicles are debuting at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Here are a few that you might want to check out:

BMW X7 iPerformance
BMW X7 iPerformance

BMW X7 iPerformance is the latest addition to the premium segment that makes use of BMW’s eDrive technology with a BMW Twin Power Turbo engine. It also has an adequately spaced six-person interior with advanced technology infotainment that tops the connectivity and performance of any BMW model.

Lexus LX 570
Lexus LX 570

Lexus LX 570 fans now have the chance of more cargo space with the unveiling of a two-row version which offers a seating of five persons unlike the traditional three-row model, which can seat up to eight. In addition to the extended cargo space,  the LX 570  is luxurious and designed to pamper the passengers onboard while you enjoy Lexus ruggedness and high towing capability.

2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZRI Convertible
2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZRI Convertible

The newly unveiled Chevrolet Corvette ZRI takes the top position of consumer-centric cars (vehicles within the consumer’s reach). Another major highlight of the Corvette ZRI is its 212-mph high speed. Other unique features include an exclusive super-charged engine, a new more efficient intercooler supercharge system with four new radiators to help manage cooling the ZRI.

Other Cars Debuting at the LA Auto Show are:
  • Saleen Automotive S1
  • Mazda Vision Coupe Concept
  • Lexus 350L
  • 2019 Subaru Ascent
  • Hyundai Kona
  • Toyota Adventure Concept (FTAC)
  • Lincoln MKC
  • BMW i8 Roadster
  • Mercedes AMG Project One
  • BMW M3- CS
Vehicles at the Production Stage
Land Rover Range Rover Plug-in Hybrid
Land Rover Range Rover Plug-in Hybrid

Land Rover is known for making big, sturdy vehicles that combines excellent fit and finish, adequate power to survive extreme weathers. The price for all the power they exhibit is high gas consumption. That could be changing now if the plug-in hybrid Range Rover becomes a reality as it goes into production. Though it only offers 31 miles of electric-range, it has a more efficient engine, so you won’t have to feel guilty about fuel-consumption while you indulge in the guilty pleasures the of Range Rover.

BMW Mini Electric Concept
BMW Mini Electric Concept

Electric cars are part of our future, and BMW is opening up its i-brand electronic portfolio to include the Mini Electric concept which will deliver 150 miles battery power if made.

Redspace Electric Car
Redspace Electric Car

The Redspace Electric Car shows what the future will look like in global cities when compact electric cars become a part of the automobile industry. Redspace is a new electric company which developed by former BMW design chief Chris Bangle and was founded by the government-backed China Hi-Tech Group. The concept is only made for China the China automobile market, though it made its way to the LA Auto show.

More Vehicles at the Prodcution Stage:
  • Tesla Model 3
  • Tesla Model X
  • Tesla Model S
  • Buick La Cross Avenir
  • Porsche 911 Targa 4GTS
  • Jaguar E-PACE
  • Genesis G90 Ultimate
  • Smart EV Cabriolet
  • Volkswagen Atlas SEL R-Line
  • Volkswagen eGolf SEL Premium
  • BMW Mini Electric Concept
Bottom Line

Even though EVs and self-driving cars are much talked about and are much anticipated, a large percentage of the thousand vehicles on display at the LA Convention Center offers to seat for at least five passengers and are powered by traditional gasoline engines. However, is a heightened presence of EVs at the show. Most auto shows are where consumers go to check out their next new models. At the LA Auto Show, you will find convertible top-down cruising and even more sports utility vehicles for your selection. All in all, the Los Angeles Auto Show is something no car enthusiast should miss for anything in the world.