Articles about Los Angeles Auto Show

The 590hp e-tron GT promises 0-100kph in 3.5sec and 402km on a single charge
Another motor show, another Audi e-tron. The German carmaker has been churning them out recently-not just the e-tron SUV and e-tron Sportback, but the PB18 e-tron supercar and the self-driving Aicon. The message from Audi is
We suddenly want to become outdoorsmen because of it
The Jeep pickup truck is back! And it's called the Gladiator. Yes, the Gladiator. Along with the FCA group's other awesome nomenclature (Demon, Hellcat and Trackhawk), we approve of this name big time.Based on the same body-on-frame
The crossover’s sleekest iteration yet
The Kia Soul, with its plasticky front end and funky design elements, is a visual oddity-albeit one we can get behind. It's a Korean-made package of space and practicality topped off by quirky styling. But now? We're not
Ultimate self-driving machine?
Is it just a show car?Squint beyond the concept-car flourishes and you'll see that this is the autonomous, electric BMW crossover for the road ahead. The production version, BMW says, will happen in 2021.They're calling this "your
Like the R1T, the seven-seat R1S can do 0-60mph in 3sec
Rivian is a new electric-car company with bases in both California and London. Yesterday, we saw its idea of a fully-electric, stupendously powerful pickup truck called the R1T. Today, it has revealed a fully-electric, stupendously powerful SUV called the
Hatchback or sedan?
Mazda has unveiled the all-new 3 ahead of the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show. The Japanese carmaker's popular compact offering in sedan and hatchback form flaunts sleeker looks, a more elegant vibe, and-most important-a Skyactiv-X powertrain.Those
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