As a replacement for its former RL flagship sedan, Acura takes the covers off the 2014 RLX, its new top-end car featuring technology such as LED headlights and a dynamic Krell audio system.
Mercedes-Benz took the wraps off two unlikely compadres at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show, the SLS AMG Black edition and the GL63 AMG, one a torpedo two-seater and the other an overpowered SUV.
Last year, Volkswagen came out with a new Beetle that was big on retro style. At the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show, Volkswagen doubles down on that theme with a rag top convertible Beetle.
The all-new Porsche Cayman coupe gains the platform and performance upgrades that we saw debut in its drop-top sibling.
Toyota completely redesigns its RAV4 small SUV for the 2013 model year, bringing its style and tech up to par with the rest of the lineup.
At the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show, BMW showed off a coupe version of the i3 electric car it had previously shown. The i3 will be an entirely new, dedicated electric car on sale next year.
Hyundai expands the functionality of the already flexible Veloster with the C3 Roll Top concept.
Ford says it will offer the 2014 Fiesta, which goes on sale next year, with its 1-liter EcoBoost engine option.
The 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show is just around the corner. We take a moment to look ahead at some of the rides we expect to see.
With the 2014 Black Edition, Mercedes-Benz amps up the already bananas SLS AMG Gullwing with racing-bred technology.
For the Los Angeles Design Challenge 2012, Mercedes-Benz came up with the Ener-G-Force, a tough, futuristic truck running on electricity.
The new Ener-G-Force concept from Mercedes-Benz shows what its G-class truck might look like in 2025.