The LA Auto Show — partnered with Automobility LA — is back for a second consecutive post-COVID year. Like most shows, it’s smaller than it used to be, but it’s bigger than last year and drawing big names and bigger product debuts to Southern California.
Like the show that preceded it, the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, it featured an announcement from the North American Car, Truck and Utility of the Year contingent, revealing the nine finalists in the three categories: Car, Truck and Utility of the Year. Last year’s event featured plenty of startups, but in 2022 the mainstream players are dominating the event, albeit mostly with electric vehicles — although there are plenty conventionally powered vehicles enjoying the spotlight on the show floor. Of course, TheDetroitBureau.com is traversing this year’s event talking with executives, taking in the debuts and bringing you all of the stories, which you can find here. This page will be updated regularly so check it often.
Here’s the latest news from the show:
- First Look: 2024 Kia Seltos
- EVs Dominate as Finalists for North American Car, Truck and Utility of the Year Awards
- Hyundai’s Idea of a Possible Performance Future
- First Look: 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6
- Subaru Reveals All-New 2024 Impreza in L.A.
- Toyota’s Stylish bZ Compact SUV Concept Could Charge up its EV Line-Up
- Fiat Bringing Back 500e to North America in 2024
- Porsche Heads Off-Road with Limited-Edition 911 Dakar
- Toyota Gives 2023 Prius a Radical Makeover
- Genesis X Convertible Concept Could Wind Up in Production
- Mazda Teases New CX-90 — With a New Inline-6
- New Lucid Gravity SUV Aims to Add Mass to Startups EV Line-Up
- Lucid Rolls Out New Air Variants: Touring and Pure
- Toyota Teases Less Jetsons-Like Prius Ahead of L.A. Auto Show Debut