This year’s LA Auto Show may singlehandedly corner the market on silver sheets and velvet ropes.
60 total reveals are planned for the 2014 auto event, half of which have never been seen before by the public.
Automakers from all over the world are scheduled to have showcases in LA, but don’t expect a fleet of Kia Rios and Toyota Siennas to flood the showroom. The auto show confirmed today that over 63 percent of the 30 debuting vehicles will be luxury and performance vehicles.
Audi looks to be the frontrunner for 2014’s showstealer, with three global debuts and eight total unveilings. One entrant is predicted to be a four-door concept that will flaunt Audi’s new design language and preview a potential A9 flagship.
Land Rover has arranged the North American introduction of its new Discovery Sport crossover as well. On the other end of the spectrum, the MINI hardtop four-door and Superleggera concept are expected to be displayed.
Additionally, BMW will unmask convertible versions of the 228i and M235i, and it will do so alongside the world debuts of two new vehicles.
News models from Chevrolet (Corvette ZR1, anybody?), Mercedes, Mazda, Scion, Lexus, Volkswagen, and Porsche are slated to appear at the ceremony, and the attached Connected Car Expo will serve as an exhibit for the latest in groundbreaking automotive tech.
The 2014 LA Auto show is open to the public from November 21st to the 30th. Each of the 60 reveals is scheduled for the event’s press and trade days, which are November 18th, 19th, and 20th.
(Header photo via LA Auto Show)
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