The holidays are just around the corner and that means so, too, is the Los Angeles Auto Show. It's back for 2021 after being cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic. The LA Auto Show will be held with pandemic safety protocols at the Los Angeles Convention Center between November 19-28th, 2021.
Make sure your wear comfortable shoes since you'll have a lot of ground to cover. The Los Angeles Auto Show encompasses one million square feet of indoor/outdoor space, filled with 1,000 vehicles. The show will feature the newest electric, hydrogen, and gas-powered vehicles, aftermarket brands, as well as personal mobility scooters.
New Electric Vehicle Test Track
This year's show will also recognize the rising interest in electric vehicles with a new 45,000 square-foot indoor EV Test Track. Electrify America, America's largest fast-charging network, will provide onsite charging. There will be a selection of EV's available to test ride.
“We are proud to be an integral part of SoCal automobile culture and EV innovation, and a must-attend event on the calendar,” said Lisa Kaz, CEO and owner of the LA Auto Show. “This year, visitors will have the broadest range of cars, trucks, and SUVs, as well as interactive experiences to discover with family and friends in a safe and comfortable environment that always has something for everyone to enjoy.”
Other Show Highlights
The show will offer test drives from over a dozen brands. Outdoor experiences will be offered from Jeep (Camp Jeep), the Ford Bronco, Volkswagen and more. Visitors into aftermarket parts can check out The Garage, the LA Auto Show's aftermarket showcase for an eclectic mix of custom and lifestyle brands. Galpin’s Hall of Customs will showcase customized rides, classics and exotic vehicles. The Art Center College of Design will showcase the latest work from Southern California's premier design institute. You can also book your spot to sketch alongside world-renowned vehicle designers.
The LA Auto Show will also be holding "The Lost Corvettes Final Sweepstakes". Donate to support U.S. veterans for a chance to put a classic Corvette in your garage, including the first generation 1953 model.
The LA Auto Show will be cashless this year. Buy tickets online at laautoshow.com/tickets or at ticketing kiosks onsite with a credit card. Individual tickets, family, and VIP packages include:
- Any Day General Admission Tickets: Adult $20, Senior $12, Child $6
- VIP Early Entry on Saturdays and Sundays: Adult $40, Child $12
- VIP Group Tours on Saturdays and Sundays: Adult $95, Child $40
- Wednesday/Thursday Thanksgiving Family Four-Packs: $60
Special programs and ticketing offers for military and first responders will be announced in September. Contact the LA Auto Show directly for group sizes over 20.
The LA Auto Show says the show will be operated in full accordance with all safety protocols required by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. For the latest information and guidelines as the show approaches, visit LAAutoShow.com.