The 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show is happening next month, and plenty of pending debuts are poised to blow our collective socks off. Some of them will, anyway, while others could be as mundane as putting our collective socks on in the morning.
In addition to the 20 or so world debuts, the folks at the L.A. Auto Show say more than 30 cars will make their North American debut along with at least 15 concepts, including the wicked Jaguar C-X75 and Lotus’ recent onslaught of five planned supercars.
If that’s not enough reason to get excited about the show in November, hit the jump for the enticing first preview of what else to expect in the City of Angels.
World debuts and concepts scheduled for the 2010 L.A. Auto Show:
- Range Rover Evoque 5-Door
- Nissan Ellure Concept
- Nissan Murano Cross Cabriolet
- New Nissan Quest
- Saab 9-4X
- Kia Optima Hybrid
- New Volkswagen Eos
- Chrysler 200 sedan and convertible
- New Dodge Charger
- New Dodge Durango
- Chevrolet Camaro convertible
I’m especially looking forward to the new Durango and the Camaro convertible, but will try not to laugh too hard when I see the Murano Cross Cabriolet. (A convertible Murano? Ha! I’m giggling already.)
The L.A. Auto Show opens to the public on November 19 and will run through November 28.
Would seeing any of these cars be reason enough for you to head to L.A.? The Jaguar is calling my name…