This year’s Los Angeles Auto Show kicked off Wednesday with the debut of around 50 new models.
Among them are 30 or so world premieres, including Buick’s redesigned LaCrosse, Land Rover’s all new Range Rover Evoque Convertible, Volvo Concept 26, Nissan Sentra, Mitsubishi Motors Outlander Sport and Mirage, Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport racecar, 2017 Mercedes-Benz SL, the new Hyundai Elantra, Jaguar’s first performance SUB.
Green continues to be the trend at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show, which has established a reputation over the years of being a green-focused event.
Founded in 1907, the Los Angeles Auto Show is the first major North American auto show of the season each year.
This year’s LA auto show, which opens to the press and trade personnel on Wednesday, will be showed to the public on Friday and will run till Nov. 29 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.