The 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show is the first major domestic auto show of the season, and this year's event is shaping up to be one of the best in years. Opening day for the public is slated for November 22, but we'll have plenty of photos and videos from media days starting on November 20.
A number of world debuts have already been announced, so get ready for some interesting new cars, trucks and SUVs. Land Rover has already announced that it will use the L.A. auto show to unveil the new long-wheelbase version of its Range Rover luxury SUV. It won't be the only high-end sport-utility in attendance, however, as Porsche will show its new Macan SUV for the first time in L.A. Even further down the price scale is the Nissan Juke Nismo RS, an amped-up version of the compact SUV that will make its debut in L.A.
It won't be all SUVs, of course, as the L.A. show will also host the world debuts of several notable new cars. The redesigned Mini Cooper is one such model, as is the new BMW 4 Series convertible. Other possible debuts include the Subaru WRX, Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG and a Nissan concept. Look for full coverage of all the world debuts as well as breaking news and videos starting on November 20.