This all-electric SUV brings style, speed and 300 miles of driving range to a normally sleepy segment.
Nissan's brand-new Frontier is finally ready to battle the big boys.
This all-electric SUV brings style, speed and up to 300 miles of driving range to a normally sleepy segment.
As expected, the LA Auto Show's original November dates were scrapped due to the ongoing pandemic.
The new Mustang Mach-E all-electric crossover both innovates and outrages. It's bringing new features to market while inflaming the Ford faithful.
These are the top new debuts with a plug that jolted our Roadshow by CNET team in Los Angeles.
Genesis' full-size luxury sedan gets a thorough refresh for 2020.
The full-size luxury bruiser gets over-the-air updates and new safety tech, too.
With the engine from the RS 7 and RS 6 Avant, plus all the luxury features in Audi's considerable arsenal, the S8 means business.
This boldly styled crossover slots between the Trax and Equinox in Chevy's lineup.
The 600-horsepower X5 M is a whole lot of SUV for the well-to-do.
Both the standard Niro hybrid and plug-in version benefit from these upgrades.
Kia's dedicated hybrid crossover only gets subtle changes to its design and tech. Then again, it was pretty good to begin with.
The US-spec Mazda CX-30 makes its debut at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show.
It's the second-quickest model from 0-60 mph in the Toyota lineup only behind the Supra.
This crossover will do more than motor about in a frugal way.
At $103,800, the new 4S becomes the least-expensive Taycan, bringing pricing of Porsche's first EV much closer to the Tesla Model S Performance.
These Urban and Trail Attack Seltos concepts feature lift kits and plenty of off-road lighting.
These two LA Auto Show concepts are go-anywhere takes on the automaker's forthcoming 2021 Seltos small SUV.
Kia's affordable new Seltos might not necessarily stand out in a crowd, but its price and tech will make this SUV one to consider.
Like other hi-po AMGs, it packs a mild-hybrid system with some additional oomph.
The lovely new GLS-Class now comes with 603 horsepower.
It may be yet another small crossover, but starting at around $22,000, Kia's latest looks mighty promising.
What's not to love about a 603-horsepower SUV?
This wide-body, rear-drive shocker might be poised for production, and it could get an electrified powertrain, too.
Hyundai might even make a production version, too.
Hyundai isn't saying as much, but the upcoming Tucson should look just like this, light-up grille and all.
The plug-in SUV is a close preview of the next-gen Tucson.
Between its bigger battery, the more potent motor and the faster charger, the 2020 Hyundai Ioniq Electric is a bit more powerful, however you decide to measure it.