Los Angeles, California – More than 20 vehicles will make their world debuts at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show, which will open to the public from November 19 to 28.
Many important North American premieres are also expected, for a total of approximately 40 vehicle debuts. “The growing global significance of the L.A. show is clearly demonstrated by the number and importance of the debuts,” said general manager Andy Fuzesi.
Nissan and Infiniti will return after a one-year break from auto shows, presenting the all-new Quest minivan. Fiat will also return to the U.S. after a hiatus of almost 27 years, and will feature its new Fiat 500-Cinquecento.
Electric cars will figure prominently, including the Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf, as well as a number of other electric vehicles coming in 2011, and critical infrastructure announcements that will make electric transportation increasingly more viable.