2017 Los Angeles Auto Show Photo Gallery
The 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show is now open to the public, and TTAC contributor Forest Casey and I figured it would be a nice weekend treat for you out there to gaze upon some of the cars that automakers unveiled at the show.
If you’re attending the show, consider this a preview of what you’re going to see, and if you aren’t, here’s an idea of what you’re missing.
Forest (mostly Forest) and I shot too many pictures to run them all, but here I present a quick selection, grouped by brand in alphabetical order.
One note: Some photos are still being edited, we will update as more come in.
BMW i8 Roadster
Jaguar I-PACE e-Trophy racer
Jaguar XE SV Project 8
Refreshed Kia Sorento
[Images © 2017 Forest Casey and Tim Healey/TTAC]
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