WHEN November 17-19, 2015 WHERE LA Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA URL laautoshow.com
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$6,800 Trikes Will Get 84 Miles Per Gallon

Elio Motors makes the list of top 10 startups at the LA Auto Show's Connected Car Expo.


Cadillac confirmed the 2017 XT5, the replacement for the SRX, will debut in November at the Dubai Motor Show. The XT5 will then make its first North American appearance at the LA Auto Show.


Just One Of 30 Confirmed World Debuts

Infiniti will show the production-spec QX30 crossover in Los Angeles in November. This is just one of 30 world debuts confirmed for the 2015 LA Auto Show.


Leaked images from a Korean website show the next-generation Korean-market Avante, which is our Elantra sedan. If the pics are accurate, the design is much more mature.


Hyundai is now showing off the minimalist interior of the next-gen Elantra in a new rendering, ahead of the sedan's debut at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show.


Hyundai is teasing the look of the next-gen Elantra in a new exterior sketch that gives a good idea of what to expect. The unveiling comes at the 2015 LA Auto Show in November.


Fiat is tipped to reveal the 124 Spider later this year at either the Frankfurt or Los Angeles auto shows. The roadster is based on similar underpinnings as the new Mazda MX-5 Miata and is expected to reach dealers in 2016.


New CX-9 To Follow In Los Angeles

Rumors out of Australia are pegging a Frankfurt debut for a Mazdaspeed3 Concept, a car that will allegedly herald a nearly 300-horsepower production model.


Autoblog has learned that the next-generation Hyundai Elantra will debut at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show in November.


Driving Audi's Multi-Million Dollar Future

What you're looking at here is a preview of Audi's next-gen exterior and interior design.


We Get An Early Steer Of The Toyota Mirai, Volkswagen Passat HyMotion And Audi A7 H-Tron

The LA Auto Show is known for its environmentally friendly vehicle debuts. At last year's show, hydrogen fuel cell concepts from Honda and Toyota joined a lease-ready Hyundai Tucson FCEV to cast a green hue over the convention center. This year, automakers took us a step closer to a fuel cell future by offering drives of their hydrogen-electric hybrids.


2015 VW Golf R, driven Stateside


Challenge Bibendum, Toyota Mirai, 3 Series Off 10Best

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In Which We Pick Our Favorites From Los Angeles

It's often easy to jump to conclusions about what will absolutely steal the show at an automotive expo. Something ultra-sexy, fast, and exotic? Safe bet. A brown, Swedish shooting brake? Sounds like a winner to us. But sometimes, when the votes are tallied, we even surprise ourselves. And that's exactly what happened with this round of editors' picks for what we liked best at the Los Angeles Auto Show.


Plus: Vettel Set To Join Ferrari, Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell Launches In 2016 And Lincoln Adds Black Label Line

"I said our cars are built to be winners." – Jim Hall


National Biodiesel Board Elects Leadership; DOE Reports Progress In Hydrogen Production

A couple who won a Toyota Mirai at the Los Angeles Auto Show are among the first people to own the new fuel-cell sedan. Marianne Ellis bought the winning ticket - auctioned off by the Environmental Media Association to fund environmental programs - as a possible 30th anniversary gift for her husband, David. The excited couple picked up their ceremonial keys at the LA Auto Show on Wednesday. "For us, it's about being at the cutting edge of change," says Marianne Ellis. "It's a chance to support e


If you believe the Missing Persons song, "nobody walks in LA." And considering how important the cars of the LA Auto Show are (not to mention how many times we've almost been run down while crossing the street), that's a song lyric we can certainly get behind. SoCal loves cars, you guys.


"Porsche needs to offer more versions of the 911" is not a phrase you'll hear uttered often. Not with 15 versions already in the catalog. But with the opening of this year's LA Auto Show, Porsche has introduced four more to bring the total up to nineteen variants. And more are no doubt on the way.


"Coda did a good job developing the car ... but when they got to the starting line, it died." – Richard Curtis


We know, we know – this hot little guy isn't really new or anything. Volkswagen first rolled out the Golf R 400 concept in Beijing earlier this year, and since its debut, we've heard rumors that the German automaker might-perhaps-maybe-hopefully build the thing. Its showing here in Los Angeles simply marks the first time it's debuting in America, and honestly, we can't get enough. So here it is, again. Hello, Golf R 400 – we love you.


The 2015 model-year updates for the LS are certainly minor, but at least Lexus isn't letting its flagship sedan languish completely.

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