The Los Angeles Auto Show opens its doors on November 22 and lasts till December 1, 2019. SUVs and EVs will dominate there. Let’s take a brief look at what each brand prepares for the event.
The LA Auto Show 2019 will bring out around 50 vehicles, both concept or production-ready, all-new or updated. Some will make their first-ever appearance, other will first debut in North America.
The Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Giulia have been updated for the new model year.
The firts-ever SUV of this British luxury brand – the DBX – will only make a brief inviting demonstration the night before the first media day of the show.
The Audi e-tron Sportback production version will be one of the exhibits in Los Angeles. Its style resembles to that of the A7 fastback, it inherits the battery pack and drivetrain from the e-tron crossover.
The BMW M2 CS will be the most powerful modification producing even more horsepower than the M2 Competition with about 450 hp.
Other BMWs at the LA Auto Show are the elongated 2 Series Gran Coupe, as well as the BMW M8 Gran Coupe and Gran Coupe Competition. They deliver 600 hp and 617 hp, respectively, and 553 lb-ft of torque from a 4.4-liter S63 M twin-turbo V8 engine.
Bollinger brings the B1 pickup and B2 SUV to the show. Unlike Rivian’s pickup and SUV, the vehicles from Bollinger are larger and boxier and designed for more real intended use. Twin motors on the both produce 614 hp, a 120kWh battery powers them. The model should go into production in a year. Their price will start from $125,000.
Fiat will showcase the 500X Sport. This version has new front and rear fascias, side molding, dark exterior accents, plenty of interior upgrades.
Ford offers the model with a choice of battery packs (standard or extended-range) and drivetrain options (rear- or all-wheel drive). Its EPA-estimated range is 300 miles. The car achieves 332 hp and 417 lb-ft of torque.
The hot GT version will arrive as well.
Customers can already make reservations.
The Genesis G90 after the mid-cycle refresh will hit the auto show too.
Hyundai updated the Ioniq. Hybrid, plug-in and all-electric configurations will be on offer. Fuel efficiency and driving range are improved, we believe, and new safety features added.
The next-generation Hyundai Tucson in a concept form will be also showcased.
Upper photo: current Genesis G90