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Los Angeles Motor Show
All the latest news and reviews from our team at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Read about new cars unveiled and other announcements from all the major manufacturers.
The Honda Civic has always been a strong player in the hatchback sector and, even against some very strong competition, the latest model is an...
After the launch of the facelifted Golf range earlier this month, it was time to get a good look at the electric model, which has more range, more...
Electrification is a big theme at the 2017 LA Auto Show, and Porsche has presented a plug-in hybrid version of its four-door, four seat grand tourer.
The so-called premium compact SUV segment is booming, and Mini is keen to capitalise with the new for 2017 Countryman.
The Huracán Spyder follows in the footsteps of its coupe sibling with both all-wheel drive and rear-wheel-drive versions.
The Alfa Romeo Stelvio is the Italian carmaker’s first ever SUV. It’s been unveiled at the LA Auto Show in range-topping Quadrifoglio specification.
Despite the recent arrival of the turbocharged DB11, Aston Martin isn’t giving up on natural aspiration for its range-topping coupe just yet.
With a twin-turbocharged V8 engine, this is the most powerful E-Class ever, and the Edition 1 version can accelerate as fast as some supercars
The new open-top car from the luxury division of Mercedes promises to be a super-exclusive model that will cater to the demands of the super-rich
A prototype XKSS, codenamed ‘car number 0’, was unveiled at the Peterson Museum in Los Angeles this week.
After its launch in America, we'll see the latest version of Mazda's family SUV next year
We're less than two years away from being able to buy an all-electric Jaguar, and this concept is the first indication of what it will look and be...
Mini has announced that its all-new Countryman crossover will go on sale in February next year, priced from £22,465.
New cars and global debuts at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, which will be held from 18-27 November, with press days on the 16-17.