A new generation of plug-in electric vehicles and more than 50 North American and world debuts will be on display at this year's Los Angeles Auto Show.
Ford has a massive display in the West Hall. It includes interactive booths that demonstrate some innovative safety features -- like inflatable rear seat belts and adaptive cruise control.
Not to be outdone, Chevy unveiled its convertible Camaro. Get a time splice picture with the car (just try not to look too excited).
Porsche occupies Petree Hall, where you'll find the first Porsche sold in the United States and the company's latest models, including the Speedster.
Some of the most expensive machinery is parked between the West and South halls. Lotus represents with four concepts -- the Elan, Elise, Elite and Esprit. Aston Martin and Rolls Royce add to the excellence.
New Mercedes Benz CLS63 AMG, Volkswagen Eos and Range Rover Evoque models are making world debuts in Kentia Hall. The Audi A7 Sportback, BMW 6 Series Concept, Coda Sedan, and Infiniti M35 Hybrid are some of the cars making their North American debuts.
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Friday, Nov. 19: 11am - 10pm
Saturday, Nov. 20: 9am - 10pm
Sunday, Nov. 21: 9am - 8pm
Monday, Nov. 22: 11am - 10pm
Tuesday, Nov. 23: 11am - 10pm
Wednesday, Nov. 24: 11am - 10pm
Thanksgiving Day: 9am - 8pm
Friday, Nov, 26: 9am - 10pm
Saturday, Nov. 27: 9am - 10pm
Sunday, Nov. 28: 9am - 8pm