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Date posted: 10/30/2013
See Next Year's Cars at the LA Auto Show!
For car fans, winter means one thing: auto shows. This year, between November 22nd and December 1st is one of the biggest and most popular auto shows in the world – the Los Angeles Auto Show. Running for more than one hundred years and founded in 1907, the LA Auto Show now encompasses more than 870,000 square feet of floor space and presents some of the biggest decisions in the future of the automobile industry each year. With a worldwide media presence and marketing on a massive scale, more than 12,000 industry professionals and high level decision makers congregate to see the new announcements of models or news from each of the car companies. After a number of Press Days, an estimated one million guests will be welcomed to the show over its ten day run. Those who will be at one of the places to stay around North Hollywood should check out the world famous event!
In 2013, one of the most exciting things to happen at the LA Auto Show will be the fact that the number of car models being debuted has doubled to a staggering 56. The fact that automobile manufacturers are choosing the LA Auto Show as their platform for unveiling new designs speaks volumes on the significance and prestige of the event. With Mercedes-Benz announcing that they will be bringing four new debuts to the event and Porsche confirming two additional debuts on top of the Macan, all eyes will be on LA to see just what the future of the vehicle world will look like. Introductions are also being made by many others, including BMW, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Jaguar, Land Rover, MINI and Nissan. Several of these debuts will be international firsts, such as the two vehicles being presented by Nissan: the NISMO JUKE RS and their NISMO Concept.
Other debuts are for the North American domestic market itself, with altered versions of current models being displayed for the first time. Several of these are from BMW, including their 4 Series Coupe and the 5 Series Gran Turismo, as well as the Jaguar C-X17 and the Cadillac Escalade.