The most interesting and exciting debuts
Porsche debuted its new compact sport crossover, the Macan, along with the monstrous 918 Spyder.
Jaguar brought its brand-new F-Type Coupe and there’s some awkward looking bespoke blue car-truck thing that most of the press made jokes about during this year’s media preview.
Convertibles, hybrids, sports cars and anything else you might want to poke and prod all await your most scrupulous inspection at this year’s LA Auto Show. Take the Nissan GT-R NISMO (above) – it’s just one of many spectacular sports cars sitting around feeling bored because you’re not there. Shame on you for being so selfish.
Actually, the GT-R NISMO didn’t even make our list of the best world premieres in Los Angeles because it debuted first at the Tokyo Motor Show across the Pacific just a few hours ahead. To find out where it placed on our Top 10 Cars of the Tokyo Motor Show list, click here.
Or don’t. Feel free to click through this top 10, too. They’re both designed to entertain and inform ahead of your visit.