The auto show season in the United States officially begins this week with the Los Angeles Auto Show. The 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show opens to the public on Friday at the Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S. Figueroa St. in downtown Los Angeles.
More than 20 world debuts will vie for the attention of the media on Wednesday and Thursday before the show opens to the public on Wednesday.
It is predicted that at this year’s LA motor show the Nissan Juke Nismo RS performance crossover, the next generation of the Mini hatchback and the Jaguar F-Type Coupe would be displayed.
Mercedes-Benz is bringing the most news to L.A., but Subaru, Kia, Lincoln and Porsche are among other automakers with lots to talk about.
The SLS AMG supercar is on its way out and the final version of the car will be shown in L.A. With 6.2-liter V-8 engine the output should equal the 583 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of the current SLS AMG GT.
At 2013 LA Auto Show, the much awaited midsize sporty SUV was also unveiled by Porsche which is called the Mecan. The new Mecan is expected to hit the roads from April 2014. It will be presented with a choice of three engines which will include two new turbocharged petrol engines.
BMW will be unveiling its new 4-series a slightly more reasonable for daily driving and also is changeable and will swap the 3-Series for 2014.
BMW is expected to launch the X4 sometime during the first half of 2014. It provides an option of a 428i four-cylinder turbo engine or a 435i six cylinder turbo cylinder.
Some of the concept brought by Subaru is the new 2015 WRX and has a 268-horsepower turbocharged flat four engine.
German automaker with all-new drop-top A3 Cabriolet is also debuting at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show. The A3 Cabriolet wears a soft-top with power up and down operation. Audi says the top opens or closes via the electro-hydraulic mechanism in less than 18 seconds at speeds up to 31 mph.
The 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show debuting on 22 November till 1 December. Automakers plan to debut 56 vehicles at the show, involving 22 world debuts and nearly 30 news conferences.