Auto Shows

Cases of Celebrities Dying in Car Accidents Show There Is No Judge After Death

Paul Walker passed away in a fiery accident that even to this day, two years after it happened, remains a mystery for his close ones. Porsche is facing four lawsuits, all accusing the carmaker of the actor’s death. The past decades, however, show us that many other personalities have perished in similar car accidents, yet it almost never was the ... Read More »

Subaru Impreza Sedan Concept keeps things simple at the LA Auto Show

We’ve seen the 5-door hatchback version, and now it’s time for the American version of Subaru’s next Impreza. It’s no surprise that Americans prefer sedans over hatchbacks, though that’s starting to change with more people ditching cars for small crossovers. Nevertheless, Subaru rolled out its sleek Impreza Sedan Concept for this year’s LA Auto Show, and from what we can ... Read More »

Ultra-luxury is back at the L.A. Auto Show

Los Angeles is the haven for the rich and famous, a city that’s practically dripping with luxury everywhere that’s west of the 110 freeway. It’s a natural fit for automakers to unveil the latest in their luxury wares once a year at the Los Angeles auto show, but this year, things seem even more luxurious than usual. FOLLOW DAILY NEWS ... Read More »

U.S.-Spec 2017 Kia Sportage Trim Levels, Engines Detailed

When Kia introduced the world to its redesigned-for-2017 Sportage crossover, it did so at the 2015 Frankfurt auto show, and didn’t really get into the U.S.-market specifics of the new Sportage. At the L.A. auto show, Kia breaks its silence, and has outlined everything from the compact crossover’s trim levels and features to its two available engines. As expected, Kia ... Read More »

LA motor show: Car makers revved up for a big sales year

The show may not have been the busiest in terms of new metal heading for Irish roads, but there is a scramble among carmakers for US market share as the country heads for what could be its biggest-ever sales year. The fall in the price of oil is also evident on the show floor with a less than normal focus ... Read More »

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Debuts at LA Auto Show

Exactly one month ago, the 2016 Honda Civic Sedan debuted in Los Angeles, giving the world its first official look at the redesigned 10th-generation Civic. Today, the coupe version of the new Civic model followed suit, by making its first public appearance at the 2015 LA Auto Show. Set to hit dealerships in March of 2016, the 2016 Honda Civic ... Read More »

LA Auto Show is a real crowd pleaser showcasing advanced 2016 tech and designs

The LA Auto Show, which continues through the weekend, drew record crowds and show-stopping new hybrids and 2016 models of America’s favorite cars and trucks. The new Jeep Wrangler has a rough and tough look with eye-popping features galore. The show includes never seen before 2016 models and concept cars, and there are classics from the 1970’s and 1930’s. One ... Read More »

Domestics star at the LA auto show

LOS ANGELES, CA: Not to be outdone by their Asian and European counterparts, domestic automakers made quite a splash as new vehicles were unveiled at press days for the 2015 LA Auto Show. Cadillac took the wraps off its eagerly awaited 2017 XT5 midsize luxury SUV, a replacement for the popular SRX model. The XT5 will be the cornerstone in ... Read More »

Take a Ride on the Lexus Hoverboard at the L.A. Auto Show

Back in August, Lexus and CHI & Partners made all our “Back to the Future” dreams come true when they released this mind-boggling video featuring a real-life hoverboard, as part of the car brand’s ongoing “Amazing in Motion” campaign. And despite others’ attempts to debunk the video as a hoax, the automaker came out as pretty legit. Today, at the ... Read More »

Innovation and alternative fuel technology at the S.F. Auto Show

Automakers had their eyes on innovation at this week’s San Francisco International Auto Show. And we’re not just talking about the driving video game ride or robot making presentations at Ford’s display — although those were definitely eye-catching. We were drawn toward improvements in safety and infotainment systems, new players in alternative fuel technology and minute details that make driving ... Read More »