The LA Auto Show is an annual auto show held at the Los Angeles Convention Center in mid-to-late November. It is the place where you can contemplate thehottest design concepts and production cars that carmakers brought to show off.
Jaguar kicked off the LA Auto Show in style with the brand's stunning I-PACE electric SUV that's set to go on sale in 2018.
At the same time, Jaguar's Land Rover sister brand rolled out its next generation Discovery SUV for the first time in North America.
Fellow British automaker Aston Martin introduced a more powerful version of its flagship super GT called the Vanquish S and ...
... Showed off its new DB11.
Not to be outdone by the Brits, the Germans showed up with an impressive lineup. Porsche unleashed a whole new line of long wheel-base second generation Panamera sedans called the "Executive". Here's the Panamera 4S Executive.
In addition, the stretched Panamera will be available in several other versions including an E-Hybrid and ...
Porsche also wowed the public with a brand new mid-engined — Yes, mid-engined — 911 RSR race car.
Porsche's VW Group siblings will also have a significant presence. Audi's laser headlights finally arrived in the US on a special edition R8 supercar.
At the same time, Audi's long-awaited second generation Q5 crossover and...
... A5/S5 coupes made their debuts at the show.
VW's new Atlas three-row SUV also made its official debut in LA.
While Lamborghini unveiled a new convertible version of its LP-580-2 Huracan supercar.
Starting with its new BMW-M5-fighting E63 AMG sedan, Mercedes also has plenty to show off in LA.
The company's AMG GT-R and...
... AMG GT Roadsters are at the show.
On top of that, Mercedes unveiled a new ultra-exclusive Maybach Cabriolet along with...
... the new Mercedes-Benz G550 4X4 Squared off-roader.
BMW rolled out its new M760i xDrive luxury limo.
Alfa Romeo's new 505 horsepower, Stelvio Quadrifoglio SUV made its world debut in LA.
Alfa's stunning Giulia sedan is also present.
While Cadillac's stylish Escala will certainly make an impression on the crowd along with...
... The brand's new CT-6 Plug-In Hybrid sedan.
Lincoln's futuristic Navigator Concept certainly turned some heads at the show.
Infiniti's QX Sport Inspiration Concept made its North American debut at the show.
While Acura unveiled its new Precision Cockpit at the show. I know it's not a car, but it looks really cool.
Acura's cars were also at the show. Such as the Precision Concept and the...
.. The new NSX supercar.
Also, Honda's new Civic Si prototype made an appearance at the show.
Subaru gave us a glimpse at the future of its product lineup with the seven-seat VIZIV-7 Concept.
The next iteration of Mazda's highly successful CX-5 crossover arrived in time for the LA show along with...
... Mazda's new RT24-P prototype race car.
Ford showed off its triumphant GT Le Mans racer.
Show goers got an early look at the upcoming Lexus LC500 coupe.
Hyundai's new Genesis luxury brand introduced the athletic G80 Sport.
A host of mini-SUVs were introduced at the show including the new Toyota C-HR,...
.. Ford EcoSport, and ...
... The new Jeep Compass.
Jeep's wild Wrangler Trailcat is hard is miss.
Volvo showed off a pair of hot wagons — the new V90 Cross Country and ...
... The new Drive-E powered V60 Polestar.
Mitsubishi presented its latest plug-in electric crossover concept.
Last, but not least, SMART rolled out a new all-electric Fortwo.