Every November, the Los Angeles Auto Show kicks off the North American auto show season. The show, which is significant to foreign and domestic automakers, is the first time for the public to view vehicles that debuted online or at international shows earlier in the year.
The 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show continues to showcase more and more crossovers and SUVs, a trend of the past few years. But lest you think the Los Angeles Convention Center is a sea of bland vehicles, automakers also rolled out spectacular concepts, sports cars, supercars, and opulent luxury rides.
Here’s an on-the-ground look at the biggest debuts from this year’s show:
2018 Jeep Wrangler. Lighter and smarter. 270-hp 2.0L turbo I4. Available 285-hp V6. Diesel later w/ 260 hp and 442 lb-ft. New 8.4-inch Uconnect screen. Available sliding canvas top. Oh, and it can still crawl over everything, and drive in up to 30 inches of water! @jeep #wrangler #jeepjl #LAAutoShow