Words by Matt Willis
Last weekend, we dedicated some time to check out the happenings at this year’s LA Auto Show. This show is not as big some of the year’s earlier debut events, like Detroit, New York or Chicago, but it is widely recognized as the headline show for the West Coast. There were several introductions in LA this year, both production-ready and conceptual, as well as new developments of previous concept builds and modified/performance vehicles.
Although the event does not seem that large, (especially after spending three days touring the SEMA grounds…), most of the manufacturers are present on the LA Convention Center floor. One of the things I love about this show is that the auto makers can really get creative with their space, including everything from lounge areas for guests, interactive booths, and unique displays for the cars. Compared to our local San Diego show, which…
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