We may have spent the majority of our week walking in LA, but one thing's for sure: this city loves its cars. Every year, the Los Angeles Auto Show hosts more and more debuts, and the 2015 expo is one of the largest yet.

But while the LA show usually has a green-car focus, that wasn't really the case this time around. Below, you'll see a number of performance cars, as well as crossovers, new concepts, and more. Here's everything we saw in Los Angeles this week.

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The latest prototype of the three-wheeled Elio vehicle was displayed at the 2015 LA Auto Show. Along with a few more details on deliveries and efficiency.

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All-black, moon roofed-version costs $5,000 extra, but it's a limited edition.

The 2016 Audi RS7 Performance turns up the 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 to 605 horsepower for a fastback sedan that can hit 190 miles per hour.

Mitsubishi gives its Outlander Sport a new nose, updated interior content, and some fresh 18-inch wheels for 2016. See for yourself at the 2015 LA Auto Show.

The 2016 Volkswagen Beetle Dune Cabriolet at the LA Auto Show looks ready for the desert with its upgraded styling and Sandstorm Yellow paint. No upgrades are made to the Beetle's 1.8 TSI and a six-speed automatic, though.

Kia looks perfectly positioned to capitalize on the booming crossover trend with the 2017 Sportage, which is larger and more efficient than ever before.

Take one Audi S8, add more power and torque, and you get the S8 Plus. It's got a twin-turbo V8 with 605 horsepower and 516-pound feet of torque. Sweet.

Toyota shows off a modified Mirai fuel cell vehicle at the LA Auto Show designed to look like the DeLorean from the Back To The Future movies.

Mitsubishi gives the Mirage compact a number of updates for the 2017 model year, including refreshed styling, new interior appointments, and a blistering four additional horsepower.

The 2017 Mazda CX-9 debuts at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show, and it certainly isn't lacking for style. The three-row crossover introduces the brand's 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 250 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque.

Cadillac revealed the all-new 2017 XT5 crossover at the LA Auto Show, replacing the outgoing SRX with an all-new model to better fend of the competition.

Senior Editor Greg Migliore goes over the highlights of the 2015 LA Auto Show, including the new Fiat 124 Spider, Mazda CX-9, and Lincoln MKZ.

Ford swings through Los Angeles with the new GT racer it will field at the 24 Hours of Le Mans next year, 50 years since the original's landmark victory.

If any vehicle is going to succeed as a super-niche crossover-convertible, it's the Range Rover Evoque. The droptop Land Rover makes its debut at the 2015 LA Auto Show.

There are few ways we can think of to improve the Mazda MX-5 Miata, but adding a dose of Italian soul and a turbocharger are certainly among them.

The 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Night is a high-performance SUV with plenty of dark accents. It may not be a Hellcat or a Trackhawk, but it's still stupid fast. And that's pretty cool.

The 2017 Hyundai Elantra brings a new face, stiffer platform, upgraded engines, and more tech for its debut at the LA Auto Show.

Alfa has landed in LA. With a hefty display centered around the new Giulia sedan, the Italian marque showed off its four-door, 505-horsepower rocket.

Seats with three driving modes, a pop-out tray table, and a flippable dash display will be among the future amenities in Volvo's autonomous vehicles.

Lincoln makes a plethora of upgrades to the refreshed 2017 MKZ including a new face, engine, interior updates, and additional driver assistance tech.

The 2017 Ford Escape hit the stage in LA, showing off new front and rear fascias, along with a slightly overhauled cabin.

The 2017 Infiniti QX30 premieres at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Infiniti hopes that the highly sculpted compact crossover grabs the eye of young buyers when the model goes on sale next year.

Jeep's 2016 Wrangler Backcountry is based on the Sahara model, but features winter-specific upgrades and an optional shade of paint called Xtreme purple.

The new GT4 Clubsport retains the road car's 3.8-liter flat-six, but replaces the suspension with bits from the 911 GT3 Cup race car.

With a healthy dose of styling from the Avenir concept car, Buick has introduced a shapelier, more stylish, and most importantly, more advanced LaCrosse.

The GMC Canyon finally gets a high-lux Denali trim for the 2017 model year, featuring chrome trim, 20-inch wheels, and a choice of gasoline or diesel engines.

Jaguar updates the entry-level XE sport sedan for its introduction to the US. It will offer three engines, two that can be had with all-wheel drive, and new infotainment options.

Lamborghini has ditched the all-wheel drive system and shaved the output from the Huracán LP610-4 to give driving purists the rear-drive pleasure of the new LP580-2.

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