• Nov 16, 2007


The 2007 LA Auto Show has come and passed, and the show acted as a North American catch-up for all the world-wide unveilings from Frankfurt in September. We saw the production F430 Scuderia, the Reventon, the Up!, and many other vehicles that first caught the public eye in Germany two months earlier. LA had its share of world debuts, like the all-new Sequoia, the Nissan Murano, and the Lincoln MKS. We looked over all the world debuts and came up with a video of our top five new introductions of the 2007 LA Auto show. We tried to figure into our decision both industry significance and enthusiast impact. Click play on the video above to check out where the new vehicles ranked, and hit the jump to chime in with your list as well.


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      • 7 Years Ago
      It's Hyun-day as in Sunday. Not Hyun-die
        • 7 Years Ago
        ::: The correct Korean pronunciation, [çʌn.dɛ], has 2 syllables and sounds like 'hyun-deh' where 'hyun' rhymes with 'shun'. The exact transliteration into English from Korean (under the current system, revisions take place from time to time) should be "Hyeondae" rather than "Hyundai". :::

        From:

        http://car-hyundai.blogspot.com/

      • 7 Years Ago
      Please remember that our top 5 only included the worldwide intros. There were so many North American introductions we would have had to make an Autoblog 15. And yes, "come and gone" meant media coverage. That the public show started today only matters to those in the LA area.

      I'll make sure to ask the good folks at Hyundai how to best pronounce their name. Anybody have their own top 5?
      • 7 Years Ago
      How is something that opens to the public today "come and passed" ?
      • 7 Years Ago
      i can't believe people still can't pronounce hyundai.