For those looking to see the next wave of auto trend and technology, keep your eyes out later this month. The 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show will feature 20 world debut vehicles and more than 30 North American debuts.
Of the 20 world debuts, several have been already announced, including Nissan's redesigned Quest minivan, the Murano Cross Cabriolet crossover convertible concept, and a sedan concept called the Ellure. Land Rover will show its new 4-door Range Rover Evoque and SAAB will showcase the 9-4X crossover. KIA will unveil its first hybrid, the Optima sedan; Volkswagen will unveil its new Eos; and Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep plan to reveal a handful of products highlighted by the new Chrysler 200 sedan and convertible.
The show will also feature more than 30 North American debuts, including the completely redesigned Hyundai Elantra. Audi, BMW, Porsche, Lotus, and Fiat will also unveil new models at the show.
This year's show also features a new generation of electric vehicles. Chevrolet's range-extended electric Volt and Nissan's battery-electric Leaf will make appearances at the show, preparing for their rollout in Los Angeles as one of the first markets to receive the vehicles by the end of 2010. Many other electric and hybrid vehicles will be showcased as part of a large group of environmentally friendly vehicles.
The 2010 LA Auto Show will be held Nov. 17 and 18 for the press and Nov. 19-28 for the public.
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[via Automotive Fleet]