Written by Dominique Redfearn
One hundred and eight years later and still going strong, the Los Angeles Auto Show was open to the public at the Los Angeles Convention Center from Nov. 20-29.
The event debuted nearly 30 vehicles including concept cars and newer 2016 and 2017 models from 37 carmakers.
A nice change to the usual uncomfortable atmosphere that is auto dealerships, automakers like Honda, Mercedes-Benz and Scion gave attendees the option to test-drive their vehicles around the streets of Downtown Los Angeles in an event called Ride & Drive.
Crossovers and small SUVs were a popular feature from automakers at the event. Scion, Infiniti, and Ford all displayed or debuted these types of vehicles.
From the showcase Toyota’s highly anticipated redesign of the Prius to a room full of custom cars from Galpin Auto Sports, practicability and style were in mind for all aspects of the event.