The Los Angeles Auto Show has confirmed this year's event will include more than 50 debuts.
Set to kick off on November 27th, the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show will have "significant world and North American premieres" from BMW and Mercedes. Other global debuts will come from automakers such as Lexus, Lincoln, Infiniti, and Toyota. General Motors will also introduce at least one new model but there's no word on which brand or brands are involved.
If that hasn't whetted your appetite, the auto show says we can expect "debuts and experiential showcases" from Audi, Hyundai, Jaguar, Land Rover, and Volvo. Tesla will also be exhibiting in the main hall for the first time in the show's history.
Only a handful of debuts have been officially announced and they include North American premieres of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and MINI Electric Concept. We can also expect to see the BMW i8 Roadster, Mercedes CLS, Jeep Wrangler, and possibly even a Volkswagen Passat GT. Porsche has also been rumored to introduce the new 911 Speedster at this year's event.
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Looking forward to the Aviator making a comeback; that's supposed to be on the D6R platform, yes?
Perhaps we'll see a Bullitt.
If the Bullitt looks as good as I am picturing in my head... I may end up trading in my Bullitt and my 9-5 Turbo and possibly maybe my Bronco for one... and I'll have to stay in the military for another year to cover some of the cost