LA is one of the most important vehicle markets in the world, so it's little wonder why the world's foremost automakers descend upon sunny Southern California every year to show off their latest wares. This year, the LA Show included something for everyone, from hot little hatchbacks and sedans, to the very pinnacle of automotive opulence. And just like that, our coverage of the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show has come and gone.

But don't fret. You can always go back and relive the 2016 LA Auto Show through our recap post below. Enjoy!

Following the market is the opposite of what made VW's historical successes.

The Beetle, Microbus, and Golf were fresh ideas. The Atlas is just a copycat.

Riding in a truck this important is a poor substitute for driving it, but it wows nonetheless.

The Multimatic shocks are impressive on paper, and as it turns out, in action too.

It can now travel 124 miles on a charge.

The motor is more powerful, too.

To the tune of 603 horsepower.

Interestingly, the G80 Sport won't be the most powerful model.

Don't worry, it wasn't at the expense of the handling.

Mazda's sexy curves come to prototype endurance racing.

This preview of a production SUV is basically the size of a Chevrolet Tahoe.

The Subaru Viziv-7 Concept isn't just big for a Japanese SUV, it's just plain big.

Volvo has solutions for the tedious parts of car ownership.

Beats out four other plug-in contenders.

One more award in what will probably be a boatload.

Precision Cockpit might seem simple, but it's hiding a lot of really smart touches.

And a Trailhawk model means it's even got some off-road chops.

Jeep's Compass is officially pointing in the right direction.

After 60 years, brand new XKSS sports cars are rolling out of a Jaguar factory.

Sixty years late and $1.25 million short.

They're called SideWinders for a reason.

Oh, and it has 500 horsepower.

Lidar is in the bumper makes for a cleaner look.

Existing radar and camera equipment combine with LiDAR to make this Ioniq autonomous.

The engine in the latest Le Mans competitor is in front of the rear axle.

This 911 RSR isn't like other 911s.

'Absolute positioning' means a touchpad that isn't a huge distraction.

Audi Virtual Cockpit is a great system, but Acura is bringing a lot more to the table with Precision Cockpit.

It's a shame it's not faster than the cheaper Alpina B7.

The first M-badged 7 Series is cool, but it's B-badged brother is a bargain in comparison.

Unfortunately, the colors aren't called Darth Vader Black or Stormtrooper White.

Maybe next year Lexus will add a ghost pepper edition.

Multimatic lends its expertise to make Colorado more capable.

This is one pretty SUV. Did we just say pretty SUV?

Hopefully it won't take as long to get to market as the Giulia.

Looking sharp, like a baby CX-9.

Big brother's looks trickle down to the smaller SUV.

Only 75 of 300 total units are bound for the US.

A certificate signed by Daimler Chairman Dr. Dieter Zetsche confirms its authenticity.

A gas engine is also available. All versions have Multimatic's trick DSSV shocks.

Lockers and rockers and spool valves, oh my.

Aston Martin vanquishes some perceptions with this machine.

Clearly, there's benefits for both options.

Defenders of the clutch pedal, rejoice!

We're still waiting for the Jeep special edition version of a special edition.

No one does special editions like Jeep.

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