The widely watched Los Angeles Auto Show will present more than 1,000 new vehicles in the spacious LA auto show November 13-December 1.
LA’s Convention Center hosts Southern California’s nearly 1,000 new-car dealers in the world’s largest market, which traditionally stage the annual LA auto show in the fall season.
This year, hot attractions will be the reborn Alfa Romeo Li sports coupe, being taken on by new parent, Fiat/Chrysler dealers.
Another drawing card in the Hollywood world is an Aston-Martin DB9 priced from $55,195, described by numerous male actors as “everyone’s dream car around here.” Bargain hunters especially in California’s Southland will be turned on to a $20,500 Fiat 500 built in Italy.
The auto show, paced by the four German automakers, are where enthusiasts congregate year-end to judge and face judgment.
This year, pitches for “top quality performance will be hurled by Audi. Infiniti (Nissan’s rival to its Japanese cohorts; Acura still Honda’s upgrade brand and its answer to the Germans; Porsche-an unprecedented step up supersedan; Mazda (unsung performer tops Japanese list) and BMW, the most perfect of the affordable sedans (starting at $45,850).