The Los Angeles Auto Show is later this month and we've got all the details of what to expect. The LA Auto Show kicks off on 22 November and runs until 1 December 2019, and visitors will be able to pore over the new Ford Mach-E electric crossover, new world debuts from Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz, as well an all-new Volkswagen concept car.
The LA Auto Show is held every autumn at the downtown LA Convention Center and this is the West Coast’s big show, drawing loads of attention from car makers around the world. Keep your eye on WhichCar.com.au in order to stay on top of all the latest information.
But for the time being, this handy A-Z preview guide rounds up all the key new cars at the LA motor show 2019 - and more than 65 debuts of some description are promised by the organisers. Stay tuned for more updates – this page will be refreshed regularly with more new info as and when we get it in the next few days.
E-Tron Sportback Slicker-backed, X6-style electric SUV due at show
2-series Gran Coupe Largest 2-series swells family tree further
B1 and B2 All-electric SUVs made in Michigan are coming to Los Angeles
Mach E All-electric crossover to fight i-Pace lands in Los Angeles - with Mustang overtones
Maybach GLS Watch out Bentayga, Range Rover and Cullinan: Merc's getting in on the act
JCW GP 300bhp hot hatch gets LA 2019 show debut. Cost? £34,995
Taycan 4S Additional model joins Taycan line-up, with cheaper prices, smaller battery
911 992 manual Stick-shift DIY gearchange may be shown in LA too
RAV4 plug-in hybrid You've seen the hybrid RAV4, now we get the PHEV version
New ID concept As yet unconfirmed, but there'll be a new all-electric ID at LA
This article was originally published by CAR UK.
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