This, along with plenty of other manufacturers tease reveals for L.A.
LA Auto Show
More size, more power, more luxury for 992-series Porsche 911.
More exclusive features and options to set its owner apart.
Autocar reports that the production BMW X7 will launch at the 2018 LA Auto Show with a naturally aspirated engine.
A "molten katana" design language dresses the Lexus with no limits.
The hassles of signing up for Maven left me frustrated, without a vehicle and headed for Avis.
This one won't be strictly for the fans.
Rising sales, three refreshed SUVs but too few cars, so Lincoln amps up perks like Black Label themes and concierge services.
Taking another look at Nissan's littlest ute.
BMW wasn't alone. Hopefully a trend is afoot.
The 2019 Kia Sorento was revealed at the 2017 L.A. Auto Show, showing off slight exterior revisions and some minor updates to the cabin. Every Sorento also now features standard seven-passenger seating, while the previously optional turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder has been discontinued. Kia also revealed that a diesel engine option is in the works. Every Sorento now comes standard with Kia's 7-inch touchscreen interface, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Wireless smartphone charging is also
Kia gains its third plug-in model.