The South and West halls of the Los Angeles Convention Center are chockablock with glitzy booths promoting the latest in automotive technology. It's all very serious business.
Four years after its debut, the Nissan Juke is back with a refreshed look, a torquier and more efficient engine, and a pair of performance models going under the name Nismo.
BMW's i8 has been named the LA Auto Show's 2015 Green Car of the Year.
Fiat Chrysler has high hopes for the new crossover version of its Fiat 500X runabout, unveiled early Thursday at the LA Auto Show, predicting it will boost sales in the U.S.
The "Jetsons"-like self-driving car of the future is still years, maybe decades, away from becoming an everyday reality.
PICKS OF THE SHOW: Once the stepchild of the auto show circuit, the Los Angeles Auto Show is now among the premier shows in the world. It splits prestige with New York's show, held in April, and serves as a prelude to the Detroit Auto Show in January.