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L.A. Auto Show to debut more than 40 vehicles

November 15, 2011|By Angel Jennings
  • Journalists look over the Ford display at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Journalists look over the Ford display at the North American International… (Carlos Osorio )

More than 40 vehicles will be unveiled at the 2011 L.A. Auto Show, many of them for the first time in the United States.

Ford is leading the pack by introducing four new vehicles at the show, which opens to the press on Wednesday and Thursday.  The Dearborn, Mich., automaker will release the next generation of its Escape SUV, Focus sedan, and a five-door Fiesta concept car. 

Among the eco-friendly and fuel-efficient vehicles that the public has grown to expect at the L.A. event  is a surprising three-wheeled hot rod from Morgan Motor Co.

The L.A. Auto Show will open to the public on Friday at the Los Angeles Convention Center and will run until Nov. 27.  Here's a list of cars that will be unveiled.

North American debut

  1. Audi S6
  2. Audi S7
  3. Audi S8
  4. Audi R8 GT Spyder
  5. Bentley Continental GTC
  6. BMW i3 Concept
  7. BMW i8 Concept
  8. Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee
  10. Fiat Abarth 500
  11. Ford Fiesta ST
  12. Ford Focus ST
  13. Honda Insight
  14. Jaguar C-X16 Concept
  15. Jeep Liberty Arctic
  16. Jeep Wrangler Arctic
  17. KIA GT concept
  18. Land Rover DC100 concept
  19. Land Rover DC100 Sport concept
  20. Lotus Exige R-GT
  21. Mastretta MXT
  22. Mazda CX-5
  23. Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe Black Series
  24. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster
  25. Morgan 3Wheeler
  26. Volkswagen Beetle R
  27. Volvo Concept You

World debut
  1. Cadillac XTS
  2. Chevrolet Spark
  3. Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Convertible 
  4. Ford Escape
  5. Ford Flex
  6. Honda CR-V
  7. Honda Fit EV
  8. Hyundai Azera
  9. Infiniti JX Crossover
  10. Infiniti IPL G Convertible
  11. Lincoln MKS
  12. Lincoln MKT
  13. Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG
  14. Subaru BRZ Concept – STI
  15. Volkswagen CC
  16. Volvo C70 Inscription


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