Los Angeles Auto Show Will Debut 65 New Models


LA Auto Show Booth
Credit: LA Auto Show
The Los Angeles Auto Show opens its doors to the public in just over a week, and judging from the number of debuts, it’s poised to be a big one. Show organizers say the event will host one of the largest number of debut vehicles in its history. More than 65 new vehicle unveilings are confirmed so far, spanning across all segments, price-points and powertrains, including electric. The Auto Show runs from Nov. 22nd-Dec.1, 2019 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Press days always proceed the opening day to the public. On Tuesday, Nov. 19, industry and media professionals will share insights around the future of transportation and witness vehicle debuts from Karma Automotive and press announcements from innovative startups and suppliers, including AEye.ai and Vulog.

The press event continues on Wednesday and Thursday (Nov. 20-21) with many more vehicle unveilings and press announcements by automakers introducing the latest advances in transportation innovation. (Keep your eyes peeled to the CarProUSA Facebook page to see the latest pics and LA auto show news.) Among the confirmed debut vehicles, 38 percent will be making their global premiere at AutoMobility LA, with 35 percent of those being hybrid or electric vehicles.

Confirmed automakers bringing debut vehicles to the LA Auto Show 2019 include:

Alfa Romeo: The debut of the 2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia and 2020 Alfa Romeo Stelvio

Audi: The all-new, fully-electric Audi e-tron Sportback and the new line of RS performance models, including the Audi RS 6 Avant.

Bollinger Motors: Bollinger Motors’ all-electric models, the B1 and B2, will be making their auto show debut.

Hyundai: Hyundai to reveal five vehicles; the marque’s lineup of concept and production models will showcase powertrains including ICE, plug-in hybrid, and all-electric.

INFINITI: The INFINITI Edition 30 line will make its auto show debut; the limited-quantity product line will include the 2020 Q50, Q60, QX50, QX60, and QX80 models.

Lexus: Lexus has confirmed debut vehicles, including a global premiere.

Mazda: Mazda will bring several all-new and refreshed 2020 models for its press conference.

Subaru: Subaru will showcase multiple debut vehicles; two will make their North American premiere.

Toyota: Toyota has multiple reveals for its press conference, including vehicles with new and alternative powertrain options.

Volkswagen: Volkswagen has confirmed multiple debuts for its press conference, including the global premiere of its latest all-electric concept and the auto show debut of the Atlas Cross Sport.

“From a new product standpoint, electrification continues to be the big trend across the spectrum of automakers,” said Terri Toennies, President of the LA Auto Show. “While Los Angeles is all about car culture, it’s also a city that takes environmental consciousness seriously. This makes the Los Angeles Auto Show ideal destinations for our media, industry, and consumer visitors to experience all the latest and greatest ways to get from point A to point B.”

Nearly 1,000 vehicles will be on display during the 2019 LA Auto Show for visitors to experience, alongside activations, displays and test drives from auto manufacturers including Acura, Audi, Fiat, Honda, Jaguar, Land Rover, Tesla and many more.

LA Auto Show Dates:

  • Friday, November 22: 9 AM – 11 PM
  • Saturday, November 23: 9 AM – 11 PM
  • Sunday, November 24: 9 AM – 10 PM
  • Monday, November 25: 9 AM – 9 PM
  • Tuesday, November 26: 9 AM – 9 PM
  • Wednesday, November 27: 9 AM – 10 PM
  • Thursday, November 28: 8 AM – 4 PM
  • Friday, November 29: 9 AM – 11 PM
  • Saturday, November 30: 9 AM – 11 PM
  • Sunday, December 1: 9 AM – 8 PM

Show Venue:

  • LA Convention Center, 1201 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles (Next to Staples Center and LA Live)

Ticket Prices:

  • $20 at the door, $15 online, plus midweek, senior ($10, 65+) , child ($6, 6-12) and group discounts. Guided tours and early access options are also available. Buy Tickets
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