Kicking off on November 30, California’s big Los Angeles Auto Show is one of the largest on the calendar for North America, alongside the New York International Auto Show and the biggest, Detroit’s North American International Auto Show.
Over 1000 different vehicles are set to be on display during this year's event, including a number of reveals and debuts of all-new and updated models.
The facelifted Buick LaCrosse has surfaced online through a listing on China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, giving us a first look at the updated sedan ahead of a potential debut at the Los Angeles motor show this week.
Compared to the model currently on sale in the US and China, first revealed in 2015, the LaCrosse sports a sharper and edgier aesthetic drawing heavy inspiration from the smaller Regal – Buick's version of the Opel Insignia and Holden Commodore.
The Mercedes-AMG GT R Pro will debut at the 2018 Los Angeles motor show, alongside a revised mainstream range.
The new GT R Pro will be a limited-edition model. The company says it will feature modifications designed to "deliver even more racetrack performance", and builds on the experience gained from its AMG GT3 and AMG GT4 race cars.
The new Jeep Gladiator has surfaced online ahead of its debut at the Los Angeles motor show, offering an unimpeded view of its Wrangler-based design.
The Jeep Gladiator Forum has procured and published photos of the upcoming ute, which will go on sale in the United State next year.
In addition to press photos, the forum managed to secure a summary sheet from the press package, revealing the Gladiator will be powered exclusively by a 3.6-litre V6 at the start of its production run.
2020 BMW M340i revealed: xDrive for us, RWD option for USA
The new 2019 BMW M340i xDrive has been revealed tonight ahead of its Australian debut, properly positioned as an AMG C43 rival – and with the glittery grille bling to match.
This follows a basic detailing at last month's Paris motor show, where BMW confirmed its key points: 275kW of power, 500Nm of torque, and a 0-100km/h time of 4.4 seconds.
By comparison, the outgoing, rear-wheel-drive 340i lists 240kW, 450Nm, and 5.2 seconds. A fair improvement, then.