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2011 Los Angeles Auto Show



What: LA Auto Show
When: Friday, Nov. 18: 11am – 10pm
Saturday, Nov. 19: 9am - 10pm
Sunday, Nov. 20: 9am - 8pm
Monday, Nov. 21: 11am - 10pm
Tuesday, Nov. 22: 11am - 10pm
Wednesday, Nov. 23: 11am - 10pm
Thanksgiving Day: 9am - 8pm
Friday, Nov. 25: 9am - 10pm
Saturday, Nov. 26: 9am - 10pm
Sunday, Nov. 27: 9am - 8pm ```
Where: Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 S. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Tickets: Adults:$12
E-tickets:$12 - Valid Friday, Nov. 25-Sunday, Nov. 27
Children:12 and under are FREE when accompanied by an adult.
Group Tickets: Group ticket rates are available on purchases of 50 tickets or more. Tickets must be purchased in advance by contacting Show Management at (310) 444-1850.
More Information: www.laautoshow.com


Debuts and Concepts

One of the things that makes the LA car show one of the “must see” car shows are the Debuts and concept cars. Here are some of the cars that were debuted in 2010

2010 La Auto Show Debuts

The 2011 Toyota Corolla was debuted at the 2010 LA car show. Corolla is the best selling subcompact in America with more than 30 milling sold worldwide since 1966. Other North American debuts include the BMW x3, Hyundai Elantra, and Porsche 911 (Carrera GTS and Speedster) for 2011. For 2012 Ford Focus st, Fiat 500 Cinquecento, Infiniti M Hybrid, Mazda 5, Mitsubishi i-MiEV, and Nissan GT-R were debuted. The concept car Debuts include the Jaguar C-x75, Kia Pop, Lotus (Elan, Elise, Elite, Esprit, Eterne concepts), Volvo C30 DRIVe Electric.

2011 LA Auto Show Debuts

For the 2011 LA Auto show the list of debuts is growing. So far we have the 2012 Hyundai Elantra coupe and 2013 Infiniti JX in the world market and the Fiat 500 Abarth and 2012 Hyundai Azera in the North American Market. The sneak preview night for the debuts will be held at the LA Convention Center on Thursday Nov 17 from 6pm to 10 pm. Tickets cost $250 for the Hosted bar, gold lounge and seating area and $125 for just the Hors d’oeuvres and cash bar. Of course both include access to checking out all the shows debuts and concept cars firsthand.

Along with the debuts the Los Angeles Auto Show is a great place to check out all of the latest automotive trends and products. The LA Car Show has sections reserved for:

  • Limited Production Vehicles
  • Tuners & Performance
  • Green Vehicles & Technology
  • Wheels, Tires & Suspension
  • DUB Celebrity Car Showcase
  • Automotive Electronics & Technology (like sound system experts from Al & Ed's Autosound)
  • Motorsports exhibitors

Family Entertainment

There is plenty to keep the kids occupied too. Kids can blow off some steam during the show in the Kids fun zone with is open over the weekend at the LA Auto Show. With features like Bounce houses, Dodge Kids' Course, Face-painting, Video games, Educational activities, and Arts and crafts.

Electric Vehicles and Hybrid

No Doubt there will be many Electric and Hybrid cars on display, while many won't be avaiable for the next few years, many electric vehicles are already starting to hit the streets. With the increase of Electric Vehicles hitting comes an increased need for ways to keep them charged. There is already a infrastructure of EV Charging Station in LA and the number continues to grow. As the number of EV charging locations increase consumer confidance will also increase in this important new technology. We should be able to expect more and more new electric vehicles debuts in future LA Car shows!