There has been quite an automotive buzz emanating from Southern California this week as the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show has taken center stage. The big extravaganza kicked off on Friday, November 19th and the last day of the show is Sunday, November 28th when the doors will be open from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.
There are some stunning exhibits at the L.A. Auto Show this year, and the categories include World and North American Cars; Concept Cars; Electric, Hybrid & Alternative Fuel Cars; and Aftermarket and Project Cars. The show also features a design challenge, and there are ongoing test drive opportunities offered by Kia, Toyota, Ford, Land Rover, and GMC.
The exhibitor list for the Los Angeles Auto Show is jaw dropping; you would be hard pressed to think of an entity that is relevant to the automotive stratosphere that is not represented at this year’s show. On the high end the L.A. Auto Show marquee is set alight by Aston Martin, Lotus, Morgan, Rolls Royce, Perana, and the Steve Mark Saleen Supercars.
If you are a true classic car fan you appreciate the past while marveling at the automotive engineering of the present, and the Los Angeles Auto Show is one of the premier showcases of state-of-the-art automobile manufacturing. If you live in the SoCal area you still have time to drop in–the show is taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center on 1201 S. Figueroa Street–but if this year’s show passed you by, mark your calendar and consider making early plans to attend the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Contributed by Fossil Cars Staff Writer