By Liz Tarnof15178963_10210406296539029_6794328572331218181_n

It’s San Diego Informers’ second year attending the Los Angeles Auto Show and we were once again thoroughly impressed. The show ran from November 18 through the 27.  We were very excited to see the highly talked about Honda Civic Type R (anticipated to be released sometime in 2017) and what Nissan had prepared to promote the Rogue One…we mean the Nissan Rogue. Nissan brought Storm Troopers in for photo opportunities which delighted all. Honda stepped in with their interactive activities and of course, the Helpful Honda People.

We can’t forget the luxury cars of course. Lexus stepped in with their impressive line of vehicles, including the “hottest” car at the show…the Sriracha IS.  Lexus and Huy Fong Foods paired together to create the bright custom orange 2017 IS sports sedan.  Lincoln brought in their Navigator concept car and well… it was weird. The SUV features a closet and one large door for everyone to enter the vehicle (staircase included).

This year at the L.A. Auto Show, it truly seemed all about the economy cars with Nissan, Toyota, and Honda stealing the show. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for next year!

15203194_10210406308819336_1011018692153417115_nPlease check out our album for photos of this event. For more information on the Los Angeles Auto Show, visit http://laautoshow.com/.

 

 

 

 

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