2012 Los Angeles Auto Show Coverage
LA Auto Show Top Stories
Why does Mazda seem to struggle sometimes for recognition and clarity in the marketplace?
AOL Autos Senior Editor Sharon Silke Carty checks out the Fiat 500e at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show, where green cars take center stage.
AOL Autos Editor-in-Chief David Kiley highlights the latest cars and concepts at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Styling has been updated, most notably up front.
We have not been able to snap any pictures of Subie's redesigned crossover... until now.
Mazda has again treated it to a mild mid-cycle facelift.
Mazda is the first Japanese manufacturer to offer a diesel engine in the mid-sized segment in the US.
Fiat is taking the lead from Mini and expanding its lineup of mini-me runabouts.
The Korean company assures us that the revisions to the model are far more than skin deep.
Our first look at the next chapter in the Korean brand's quest for beauty, the 2014 Forte sedan.
The Town and Country S trim basically adds a suite of black and black chrome accents to the vehicle.
An evolved future beyond the already-futuristic four-door i3 Concept.
Putting the Fiat 500c's retractable roof on the hot 500 Abarth was pretty much a no-brainer.
Acura has officially taken the wraps off its all-new flagship sedan.
The new Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series is one bad boy.
The 2014 GT-R moving things on by just couple of degrees or so.
We caught up with the blazing blue sedan sitting on the floor of the LA Auto Show.
No Jeep Wrangler rolling off the factory production line has ever been as off-road-ready as this.
The new Fiesta ST drops a peppy EcoBoost engine under the hood and gets the usual styling upgrades.
It's the most powerful sedan the company has ever made.
Toyota rolled out its all-new compact crossover under the lights of the LA Auto Show today.
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