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This is the international debut of the latest Volkswagen ‘Up!' concept, which follows the E-Up! at Frankfurt and its rear engine concept car predecessors from two years previously.
This design is dominated by its mono-space theme that tapers in plan forwards to reflect its arrow-head three seat configuration.
The production version of the Cadillac CTS coupe concept which was unveiled in Detroit last year faithfully follows the show car's theme.
The international debut of the new Hyundai Sonata coincided with the North American market introduction of the Tuscan and of the expression ‘fluidic sculpture', which the company is using to describe the new design language of these and forthcoming vehicles from the Korean brand.
The Crosstour is based on the same platform as the Acura ZDX that we covered at the New York Auto Show when it debuted in near production form earlier this year.
Although debuting at the Texas Fair six weeks ago, the LA Auto Show was the international show debut of this important new production design from Toyota.
The Boxster Spyder differs little from the normal Boxster it is based on, but it was none-the-less an interesting new design debut in Los Angeles.
This is the second-generation Vibe and, like the first-generation, this car is based on the Toyota Matrix, also debuting here at LA in its new form. The Vibe shares its interior with the Matrix but the exterior is different, and we think it is the better for it...