Organizers of the Los Angeles Auto Show have confirmed 22 world premieres and 56 vehicle debuts overall during this year’s event that takes place from November 22 to December 1.
Among the world debuts that will be first seen by the press between November 19 and 21, there’s the Nissan Nismo Juke RS and a Nismo Concept vehicle, four models from Mercedes-Benz (the S65 AMG is one of the rumored premieres) and three models from Porsche (including the Macan SUV).
In addition to the world premieres, the show will include many North American debuts , such as the BMW’s 4-Series Coupe, i8, i3, 5-Series Sedan and 5-Series GT, Jaguar’s C-X17 concept, Mercedes‘ GLA crossover and S63 AMG, three vehicles from Volkswagen, including the e-Golf and five from Audi, among others.
Organizers also confirmed “more than a dozen” green vehicles from Acura, BMW, Honda, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Volkswagen, ranging from alternative fuel models to new plug-in hybrids. As for the luxury segment, nearly 20 debuts are expected from automakers including Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and others.
Twelve concept cars will be on display, from brands like Cadillac, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Subaru, VW and Volvo.
The LA Auto Show will overlap with the auto shows in Tokyo, Japan (November 23 – December 1), and Guangzhou, China (November 21 – 23).
By Dan Mihalascu