LOS ANGELES (Oct. 1, 2013) — The LA Auto Show is set to take place Nov. 22 to Dec. 1 in the City of Angels.
The annual event, which will take place at the Los Angeles Convention Centre, is billed as one of the country's biggest automobile shows, featuring vehicle debuts, new technology unveilings and other events.
Vehicle manufacturers have confirmed new-car debuts for nameplates including BMW, Chevrolet, Ford, Honda, Mercedes-Benz, Mini, Porsche, Subaru and Volkswagen.
Show promoters said BMW plans to reveal between six and eight vehicles this year, including a premier yet to be named. Mini will take the wraps off a new automobile, as will Porsche with its new Macan—an SUV crossover. Audi will reveal more details about its 4G LTE-equipped cars, the Audi A3 and S3, show management said.
Other companies exhibiting at the event will include Airbiquity, Covisint, Hertz Navigation Solutions, Onstar, QNX, Qualcomm, Telenav, Verizon, Livio, Parkopedia and Clip Interactive—all which plan to unveil their latest technological advancements.
Prior to the LA Auto Show, a related event called the Connected Car Expo will take place Nov. 19-21 at the convention center. It will include a one-day conference, followed by two days of exhibits from leading technology suppliers.
The schedule for the Connected Car Expo is available on the event's website.
Lisa Kaz, president of the LA Auto Show and the Connected Car Expo, said promoters are "continuing to make significant improvements for this year's show, and are excited to have these innovative industry leaders debut major tech-focused news at what is now our opening press day focusing on technology."
More information about the LA Auto Show is available on its website.