Whether you fancy trendy city cars or crazy customs ripped from a comic book, there are plenty to go
The new cars shown at the Los Angeles Auto Show weren't celebrity models, only attainable by the rich and famous, but the kinds of cars real people buy.
This year's Los Angeles Auto Show played host to a number of significant new model launches, including the Porsche Macan, Audi A3, Subaru WRX, and Mini Cooper hatchback, along with a variety of concepts and other vehicles.
Mega Photo Gallery from 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show
The 2015 Porsche Macan compact crossover makes a bow in LA with two turbocharged engine options and standard all-wheel drive.
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This week, the Los Angeles Auto Show kicks off with many new models and concept cars on display through Thanksgiving. Here are some of the things we are looking forward to at the show.
Katsuya Eguchi explains how Nintendo has taken it's most popular franchises and created a virtual theme park.
Cadillac's CTS sedan has proved a cornucopia for the company, leading to the high performance CTS-V and CTS Sports Wagon. Now Cadillac is ready to launch the CTS Coupe, a two door version with some dramatic design cues.
The diesel version of the Mercedes-Benz ML350 gets fuel economy in the mid-20s and boasts great range with its large fuel tank, but the ride comfort is the stand-out feature.
Mazda will show off the U.S. version of its Mazda2 model at the 2009 Los Angeles Auto Show.
From September to March, CNET staff covered auto shows in such far-flung locales as Geneva, Detroit, and Los Angeles to see the latest models and concepts from the automakers. Ten of these concept cars stood out as either fascinating design exercises or the shape of production cars to come. Here are those 10.