The annual Los Angeles Auto Show has for many years served as a great event for automakers to showcase and show off their latest offerings, whether they are road-ready production vehicles, exclusive one-off creations or futuristic concept cars that hint at the future of the auto industry.
Over the years, the hugely anticipated event has seen a diverse range of cars make show-stopping appearances and often even debuting by making their first public appearance at the event.
This year, much of the buzz surrounding the Los Angeles Auto Show has to do with the highly-anticipated return of the Mercedes Maybach luxury car.
However, the Los Angeles Auto Show isn't just about luxury vehicles. The last few years have seen an explosion in the introduction of old-school town cars and eco-friendly family cars in addition to their luxury counterparts. Muscle trucks and SUVs have also barged into car-lovers' collective consciousness by making their presence felt at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
From Nutty Eco Cars to Fuel Cell Supercars
Rahul Kalvapalle — April 21, 2014 — Autos
Semi-Centennial City Cars
The Fiat 500 1957 Celebrates 57 Years of the Iconic Italian City Car
Supercharged Sports Sedans
The 2012 Porsche Panamera GTS is Hot
2009 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid
50% Fuel Saving
Lightning-Fast Sports Cars
The Jaguar XFRS Sedan Goes Zero to Sixty in 4.4 Seconds
Luxury Christmas Catalog Cars
The Aston Martin Neiman Marcus Costs More Than Santa's Sleigh
30-MPG Sports Cars
The Lotus Evora
Featherweight Sports Cars
The Porsche Boxter Spyder is the Lightest Porsche Available
2008 Mustang Bullitt
L.A. Auto Show Debut
Eco-Conscious City Cruisers
The Cadillac Urban Luxury Concept is a Luxurious Eco-Car
Mazda Ryuga Concept Revealed
Fuel Cell Supercars
The Honda FC Sport Concept
Nutty Eco Cars
Honda P-NUT Unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show
Muscle Car Revivals
2010 Ford Mustang Revealed
Badass Hybrid Supercars
The Capstone Turbine CMT-380 Revolutionizes Electric Vehicles
Turbodiesel Trophy Trucks
The 2008 VW Touareg Baja Racer
Lamborghini-Inspired Smart Cars
Aftermarket Parts From 'Smart Madness'
Sleek Customized Supercars
The Mercedes-Benz Futuristic ‘Biome Concept‘ Car