The 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show will provide the stage for dozens of new model introductions and concept cars this year. Both foreign and domestic automakers will have new cars, trucks and SUVs on display, along with companies looking to offer connected car services and other new technologies to aid urban mobility.
Some new vehicle introductions have already been announced. These include a redesigned Buick LaCrosse sedan that will introduce the brand's latest design philosophy, a restyled Nissan Sentra compact car and even a convertible version of the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque.
Porsche always has a big display at the L.A. auto show, and this year it will be used to introduce the company's new Cayman GT4 Clubsport model, while BMW is planning to show off the new hybrid version of its 3 Series sedan. When it comes to luxury crossovers, there will be two significant new models on display: the Infiniti QX30 and the Jaguar F-Pace. Both are all-new vehicles that will go on sale next year.
Other notable introductions are in store from brands like Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Ford, Mitsubishi and Mercedes-Benz. Look for our coverage starting November 19.