LOS ANGELES -- The LA Auto show plays host to a wide range of automotive unveilings, from bombastic concepts and high luxury aspiration cars to the more understated rides that most of us will actually drive. We've rounded up some highlights from the 2015 show.
Perhaps the most important debut of the LA Auto show is also one of the most understated. Hyundai pulled the wraps off of the new, improved 2017 Elantra. It may not be sexy, but the small sedan's been extremely successful.
A bit less serious is the Calico Surfer show car. This complete custom was built in the 1960s for $22,000. That sounds like a steal, but adjusted for inflation, that's the equivalent of about $176,771.