After leaving the polls open for over 40 hours, there was little doubt about what concepts and production vehicles you felt had the biggest impact during last week's Los Angeles Auto Show.
The runaway winner in the Favorite Concept poll was the Giugiaro Mustang, receiving over 2,700 votes and thus capturing 37-percent of the poll. Second place was filled by the Honda Remix concept that proved that Autoblog readers are not as averse to hatchbacks as every industry analyst believes, while the flowing Mazda Nagare came up in third place, for both style and forward thinking.
On the production side of things, the Nissan Altima coupe didn't quite blow away the competition, only gathering about a quarter of the 3,377 votes cast, followed by the Buick Enclave (!) and Porsche 911 GT3.
Judging by the success of the Italian-reworked Mustang, there is little doubt that many of you were smitten by the revised body, although it was made it clear that the interior was a bit over the top. The two-door Altima is a vehicle that, in hindsight, seems like a no-brainer, and should enjoy brisk sales when it makes it to dealers in 2007.
With the North American International Auto Show fast approaching, we're looking forward to bringing you all the details from Detroit, with an unprecedented amount of manpower on hand. As always, watch this space.
The poll results can be viewed after the jump.
LA Auto Show - Best Concept Results
LA Auto Show - Best Production Vehicle Debut Results