One of the largest auto shows in the world, the LA Auto Show is returning this year from 30 November to 9 December 2018. Baroque Ground finds out all the details
Anything and everything you want to know about the latest motoring trends will be available at the LA Auto Show, one of the largest and most comprehensive auto shows in the world. It’s a prime platform for automakers to launch their latest products, collaborate and share their insights into the future of the motoring industry. And it’s all happening here in the US, in Los Angeles, at the LA Convention Center at the end of the month.
Compare cars, trucks, SUVs, electric models and super cars in a relaxed environment, with everything on hand to give you an idea of what’s on offer and what’s happening in the motoring industry. Whether you’re looking to purchase a new vehicle, take a few cars for a test drive or experience the latest technology, you’ll find it all at the show. Explore an assortment of customized rides, super cars and exotics – it’s all there waiting for you to discover, so get ready to create your own journey.
Auto aficionados will love the assortment of everything car-related, with more than 1,000 cars, trucks, SUVs, electric vehicles and other models being showcased. The 2018 show promises to be very exciting with more than 60 debut vehicles on show, cars that are locally made as well as international brands. We’re talking Mazda3, the BMW8 Series, Lincoln Aviator, Nissan Maxima… and that’s just a start. If you’re interested in customized rides, you’ll find a large selection of customized cars, exotics and super cars in The Garage, located under South Hall. Word has it that there are plenty of surprises in store this year, so don’t miss out.
Whatever you’re interested in, you’ll find it on display at the LA Auto Show. Best of all, you can test drive your dream car with no pressure involved. Over 100 models will be available for test drives – this is included in your ticket price, so take advantage and live the dream.
Over 60 debut vehicles are expected for this year’s auto show, nearly half of which will be making their highly-anticipated world premieres. This includes an all new-vehicle from Hyundai and a pickup truck from Jeep. Multiple vehicles from Kia will make their world debut, including one of the brand’s best-selling cars.
German luxury automaker Audi has confirmed that the e-tron GT concept 4-door electric performance coupe will make its global premiere at the show. Mitsubishi’s newest concept is also set to make its North American debut.
In the luxury class, there are numerous debuts, including Swedish automaker Volvo’s latest luxury sedan, the all-new S60, which will debut alongside the all-new V60 Cross Country wagon. The Polaris Slingshot three-wheeled roadster will have its 2019 line-up of models making their debut, including the S, SL, SLR, and new Grand Touring.