From electric, hybrid to alternative fuel to futuristic concept cars. The L.A. Auto Shows promises to have all that. Among the many cars shown there will be world debuts for a few cars: Mercedes for example will show its Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG for the first time and Volkswagen its Eos.
Opening the doors on the November 19th, the L.A. Autoshow will be open through Thanksgiving and closing on November 28th, 2010.
Visit the L.A. Auto Show website for ticket info and hours.
If you plan to visit on a weekend with the children, then be on the look out for the Kids Fun Zone located in the Kentia Hall. Lots of attractions here for the youngsters that promise to be a lot of fun!
For culinary attractions visit L.A. LIVE loctaed right across the street from the L.A. Convention Center which features 20 venues for music, dining, sports and movies There is definitely no time to get bored at all!
If your particular interest is “Green Cars” then look for the following brands. According to the L.A. Auto Show website these cars will be test driven by journalists in the Green Car Ride & Drive Program:
- Audi A3 TDI
- BMW MINI E
- BMW ActiveHybrid 7
- CODA Sedan
- Chevrolet Volt
- Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
- Mercedes-Benz B-Series F-Cell
- Mitsubishi i-MiEV
- Nissan LEAF
- Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid
- Volvo C30 Electric
- VW Golf Blue eMotion
- VW Golf TDI
- Wheego LiFE
Mark your clendar for next year’s event: L.A. Auto Show – November 18 – 27, 2011.
- BMW’s 75-MPG Plug-In Sports Car Is a Go (wired.com)
- Coming Soon: Porsche Cayenne Hybrid SUV (forbes.com)
- Five New Electric Cars We’ll See At The 2010 L.A. Auto Show (allcarselectric.com)
- Mercedes Benz LKS 2012 solar roof to be unveiled at Geneva Auto Salon 2011 (ecofriend.org)