LA Auto Show
WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert looks at some of the interesting products introduced on the first day of the Los Angeles Auto Show
The new Cadillac XTS features a 3.6L direct injection engine and advanced all-wheel drive system, marking a shift to more-efficient performance in a spacious luxury sedan.
WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert tells us that GM’s Chevrolet Brand has a big presence at this year’s LA Auto Show.
Ford is moving its Escape small SUV more upscale, and making the vehicle more stylish.
With the “pony car” competition heating up, Ford is updating its Mustang for 2013, in advance of a total overhaul in another year or so.
American cars are becoming more popular on the west coast.
The iconic Ford blue oval is gone, as a part of the company’s update of the unique looking Flex crossover.
A highlight of more than 20 North American auto debuts, including green and new alternative fuel technology vehicles, that were featured at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November 2010.
A recap of Jeff Gilbert’s coverage of the 2010 LA Auto Show.
Now that car and truck sales are picking up, auto companies are hoping that the upcoming auto show season will give those sales a push. That season starts on November 16th.