With industry claw its way back into the tank, 2009, Los Angeles Auto Show offers an early look at the cars took to the streets in 2010 - the cars from anufacturers hope will help boost market growth again. There will be no shortage of new vehicles, or, with nearly 30 world premieres or North America in the case, some of which are shown today. The program has shown that the debut of Audi, Jaguar, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Rolls Royce and more are planned. Again, the program will focus on green technology, so advanced electric and hybrid vehicles are expected to play leading roles in shows many manufacturers.
In contrast to the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show, which will lose the left and right speaker seems the 2009 Los Angeles Auto Show to be a backup of a slow ramp 2008, with the defense of Detroit Ford, Chrysler and General Motors all come back with a presence stronger "than last year. Ford and GM are also in the list of world premieres scheduled for LA. Other automakers planning includes premieres of Audi, Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Porsche and Toyota. Ferrari is also believed to work on something special for the show in Los Angeles, with patents of an all-wheel drive hybrid concept presented in July, suggesting what could be in store.
Mercedes-Benz is likely that the planning of renovations, the 2010-C class to the show in Los Angeles, and although the car may have to wait for action in January in Detroit. The Kisashi Suzuki Sport Sedan is one of the few confirmed debuts planned for the show. As always we will keep you informed about updates to the 2009 Los Angeles Auto Show, which is broken, so be ready in December 2-3 day series of pressures close.