2017 Los Angeles Auto Show Photo Gallery

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey
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


2018 Jeep Wrangler

2018 Jeep Wrangler

2018 Jeep Wrangler

2018 Jeep Wrangler

2018 Jeep Wrangler

2018 Jeep Wrangler


Refreshed Kia Sorento


2018 Lexus RX L


2019 Lincoln Nautilus

2019 Lincoln Nautilus

2019 Lincoln Nautilus


2018 Mazda 6

2018 Mazda 6


2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross


2019 Subaru Ascent

2019 Subaru Ascent


Toyota FT-AC Concept

Toyota FT-AC Concept


Volvo XC40


I.D. Crozz

[Images © 2017 Forest Casey and Tim Healey/TTAC]

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  • Smapdi Smapdi on Dec 02, 2017

    Toyota's 2 small ute concepts have me anxiously waiting for production versions... While I am not a huge fan of the styling of either (not bad, just over-styled), I assume the hot wheels aspects will be toned down and that makes them exactly what I am waiting for... gah.

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    • JohnTaurus JohnTaurus on Dec 02, 2017

      I hope this is the next Rav4, and the FT-4X is an alternative to the CH-R for people who actually want to go down a muddy, rutty trail and be able to carry stuff inside, and see outside. That 4wd Ford Econoline looking thing? Itd be good for those who dream of buying a 4wd Mitsu Delica for epic road trips with a destination off the paved road. I'd love all three of them to hit Toyota showrooms. I'd seriously look at the FT-4X if they did it right, with some decent off-road chops. No, I don't expect it to compete with Wrangler and Bronco, nor replace the FJ-Cruiser, but it could have a decent 4wd system and ground clearance to make it everything the CH-R isn't.

  • SuperCarEnthusiast SuperCarEnthusiast on Dec 02, 2017

    Mercedes is holding off on the G Wagon auto showroom tour! Wonder why?

  • Art Vandelay Pour one out for the Motors Liquidation Corporation
  • Bill Wade Norm, while true I'll leave you with this. My 2023 RAM is running Android 8 released in 2017.My wife's navigation on her GM truck is a 2021 release, I believe the latest. Android Auto seems to update very week or two. Now, which would you rather have? Anybody with a car a couple of years old NEVER sees any updates. Heck, if your TV is a few years old it's dead on updates. At least cell phones are rapidly updated. If your old phone won't update, buy another $200 phone. If your GM vehicle doesn't update do what, buy another $50,000 GM vehicle?
  • Lou_BC Once again, Mustang is the last pony car standing. Camaro RIP, Challenger RIP.
  • FreedMike Next up should DEFINITELY be the Cadillac Eldorado. On the subject of Caddies, I saw a Lyriq in person for the first time a couple of days ago, and I'm changing my tune on its' styling. In person, it works quite well, and the interior is very nicely executed.
  • Probert Sorry to disappoint: https://robbreport.com/motors/cars/tesla-model-y-worlds-best-selling-vehicle-1234848318/and any list. of articles with a 1 second google search. It's a tough world out there - but you can do it!!!!!!