There are many more shows to go through before reaching the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, that’s going to commence this November. But when the time comes to step into the City of Angels, the show’s organizers have their work cut out for them. According to the coordinators of the 2013 L.A auto show more than 50 new automobiles will be making their debut, that will be held for two days straight in the press preview, which occurs before the public access. Even though a lot of those 50 cars will be North American manufacturer’s new hot market autos, that will be officially be revealed in the Frankfurt Show in September before the L.A Show in November. It will still create a lot of buzz and the coordinators have no rest till it dies down.
Nine cars out of those 50 debut cars will be globe premieres. With automakers like Ford, Chevrolet, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Honda, Volkswagen, Subaru, Mini and Porsche publicizing that they will have brand new never before seen autos in the L.A Show. The only creator to confirm their new launch was the German marvel Porsche, who pledged to reveal their new Macan Crossover.
As for the remaining 8 entrances, some cars have a little information than the other. Like, according to Automotive News (A.N), Chevrolet is predicted to unveil its new Colorado mid size pickup, Mini has established that a ‘new Mini’ will be uncovered, the A.N doesn’t exactly know if Mini meant an upgrade of one of the current models or a brand new one that is based on the Mini Vision Concept. Mercedes-Benz is sure to unveil the S65 AMG, as for Honda, they may use this platform to launch the new updated version of the Jazz, and Volkswagen might show off something new, like a Golf-based version of the VW Jetta Sportwagen, which is called the Golf Variant in many countries, which made its debut at the Geneva Auto Show earlier this year. As for the rest of the brands, they left us to play the ‘guessing game’ till the show commences.
The Show will begin on the 20th of November, with a 2-day media foretaste before the doors open for the public.