LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures

The 2010 LA Auto Show is open to the public November 19-28, 2010. Have fun with cars

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. The convertible Camaro is “officially” revealed, following three long years of only a concept version and teaser photos. The convertible is similar to the hard-headed coupe. The standard engine will be a 312-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6 engine, while the SS model will come equipped with the 6.2-liter V-8 worth 426 ponies. Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The Audi R8 Spyder is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show.. Photo: Audi USA/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The 2012 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. The new twin-turbocharged 5.5-liter V-8 engine, which makes 550 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque with the optional AMG Performance Package (without, those figures are 518 and 516, respectively). The Speedshift MCT 7-speed sport transmission helps to achieve an estimated fuel economy of 16 miles per gallon in the city and 21 on the highway, a 33 percent improvement over the departing 6.2-liter. Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
Green and new alternative fuel technology vehicles are featured at the LA Auto Show 2010. Seen here, the 2011 Ford Focus Global Touring Race Car makes its debut. The new Focus is Ford’s first globally developed vehicle platform, with a high-performance ST version expected in 2012. Given Ford’s proclivity to put its sporty models on the track, racing the new Focus was inevitable, and this touring car is proof. Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The Audi R8 GT is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. Photo: Audi USA/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The Audi Autonomous TTS is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. Photo: Audi USA/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
Cameras photograph the Chevrolet Volt which was named 2011 Green Car of the Year at the 2010 LA Auto Show. The LA Auto Show is open to the public Nov. 19-28, 2010. Photo: 2010 LA Auto Show/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The Chevrolet Volt was named 2011 Green Car of the Year at the LA Auto Show. The LA Auto Show is open to the public Nov. 19-28, 2010. Photo: 2010 LA Auto Show/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The 2011 Subaru Impreza concept car is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. The all-wheel-drive concept is fitted with Subaru’s next-generation power train, a 2-liter naturally aspirated Boxer 4-cylinder, coupled with a Lineartronic CVT transmission. The 2011 Forester has a 2.5-liter variant of this engine. Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The 2011 Nissan GT-R is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The five-door version of the Range Rover Evoque, due for release in the summer of 2011, at the 2010 LA Auto Show. Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The 2011 Saab 9-4X crossover is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The Porsche GT3 R Hybrid race car is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. Photo: Shugatastic/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
Galpin Auto Sports is in LA Auto Show Kentia Hall showcasing the latest in tuners and performance. The LA Auto Show is open to the public Nov. 19-28, 2010. Photo: 2010 LA Auto Show/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze LTZ is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show.Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The new lighter, more expensive and range-topping 2011 Porsche Cayman R is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. The engine is tweaked for 330 horsepower – 10 more than the basic Cayman mill. The R is also quicker because it weighs about 120 pounds less than the Cayman S. Suspension tuning is said to make it more nimble in cornering. Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
Nissan's bizarre Murano CrossCabriolet makes its debut at the 2010 LA Auto Show. The same 3.5-liter V-6 in the standard Murano, although power figures released by Nissan show the CrossCabriolet at 265 horsepower, an improvement of five ponies. Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The Nissan Ellure Concept car is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. The front-drive concept has a supercharged 2.5-liter 4-cylinder and a 25 kW electric motor, described as “a next-generation hybrid powertrain.” Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The 2011 Buick Regal CS is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show.. Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The Mazda Shinari concept car makes its debut at the 2010 LA Auto Show. Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The Jeep Wrangler 'Call of Duty Black Ops' is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. Photo: Shugatastic/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The 2012 Infiniti M35h Hybrid was officially unveiled at the 2010 LA Auto Show. The hybrid system uses a single, 50-kW (67-horsepower) electric motor powered by a lithium-ion battery to deliver motive power directly to the seven-speed automatic transmission. Thanks to the motor's instantly available 199 pound-feet of torque, it can be clutched in without kicking the engine on to propel the M35h for up to 1.2 miles at speeds up to 62 mph. Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The 2011 Mitsubishi i-MiEV is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. The all-electric Mitsubishi Innovative Electric Vehicle has been available in Japan since last year and will arrive in Europe soon. The American-market model will be slightly bigger than those. Photo: Autolabor.hu/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
Mercedes-Benz teams up with Sprinkles Cupcakes to feed the masses during the LA Auto Show Press Days on November 17 and 18, 2010. Photo: 2010 LA Auto Show/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
Media prepare for the Infiniti press conference during the 2010 LA Auto Show Press Days. The LA Auto Show is open to the public Nov. 19-28, 2010. Photo: 2010 LA Auto Show/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The reintroduced 2011 Dodge Charger is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. The base engine is a much-improved 3.6-liter V-6 that produces 292 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. These are modest improvements over the outgoing 2.7-liter and 3.5-liter models; besides that, the new V-6 is a bit more economical. Optional: A 370-horsepower 5.7-liter Hemi V-8. Photo: Dodge Autos/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The 2011 Dodge Challenger is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show.Photo: Dodge Autos/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures

The 2010 Honda CR-Z is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. Photo: Shugatastic/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The all new Honda Fit EV Concept car is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. A high-density coaxial motor derived from Honda’s FCX Clarity hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, with a lithium-ion battery pack. Honda says the combination should be good for 70 to 100 miles a charge; it will recharge in 12 hours from a 120-volt outlet and less than six hours with a 240. Photo: Shugatastic/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The 2010 Jeep Rubicon is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. Photo: Jeep/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The 2010 Jeep is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show. Photo: Jeep/Flickr

LA Auto Show 2010 In Pictures
The 2010 Jeep is seen at the 2010 LA Auto Show.Photo: Jeep/Flickr



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