A collection of video reports and interviews filed by WWJ’s AutoBeat Reporter before, during and after press preview days of the Los Angeles Auto Show.
WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert hosts a special program looking at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show, and how it fits into an auto industry transitioning into a new year.
People who live in the nation’s largest car market will now get a chance to see the newest vehicles that carmakers have to offer.
Just 19 months after its Civic compact hit showrooms and was slammed by critics, the company has revamped the car, giving it a sportier look and upgrading the interior.
The Dodge Daytona name is coming back, as a limited edition model.
Record new product introductions, coming with sales hitting peak for the year.
The Toyota RAV4 is getting a makeover that could help it retake the crossover crown.
Ford is updating its subcompact after just two years
Two Chevrolet small cars will become the first vehicles that directly integrate the iPhone’s new voice controlled Siri service.
Ford Motor Co. will show off an updated, simplified version of its highly criticized “My Ford Touch” connectivity system at the LA Auto Show.
British luxury brand will have three new vehicles at LA Auto Show.
Three-cylinder engine to debut in new Fiesta
Small EV to launch on west coast first.
Chevy to debut electric version of its Spark small car.
Jeff Gilbert talks with new Toyota Divsion General Manager Bill Fay.
European made Transit Connect Wagon will be in dealerships late next year.
LA Show and Detroit Show are the two big Auto shows.
Luxury cars and green cars will dominate late November show.