2013 LA Auto Show debuts – complete list image

The 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show (LA Auto Show) will open its gates to the public this Friday, on Nov. 22 at 11 AM.  But until then, journalists and media organizations will get access to the event starting tomorrow – Wednesday November 20 from 8 A.M.

Inautonews will bring you all the news from one of the most important autoshows in the world, and until we can get to the ‘scene’, here is the complete list of new vehicles that will make global and national debut during the 2013 LA Auto Show.

BMW
4 Series Convertible [unveiled]
Based on the 4 Series Coupé, the cabriolet features a folding metal hard top. Engines range from 2.0-litre diesel to 3.0-litre six cylinder petrol and it goes on sale in early spring.

Cadillac
Elmiraj [unveiled here]
Cadillac’s vision of luxury wrapped in coupé styling. The concept is powered by a 4.5-litre twin-turbo V8 delivering some 500hp.

Escalade [unveiled here]
Motor show debut for this 2015MY model, production of which is due to start next April.

Chevrolet
Suburban
The 2015MY version of the world’s first SUV is said to be more aerodynamic and more efficient with increased connectivity. Stronger platforms and wider rear track should improve the on-road experience too.

Tahoe
The 2015MY version of the world’s first SUV is said to be more aerodynamic and more efficient with increased connectivity. Stronger platforms and wider rear track should improve the on-road experience too.

Ford
Edge
The new global SUV from Ford makes its debut. Reported to be based on the Mondeo platform, this will be Ford’s largest SUV in Europe joining the Fiesta-based Ecosport and Focus-based Kuga.

Honda
FCEV Concept [teased here]
Preview of Honda’s fuel cell vehicle due to arrive in the US and Japan in 2015 and in Europe some time after that.

Hyundai
Sonata [unveiled here]
A new front grille is among more than 50 changes to this North American model which gets a light makeover for 2014.

Jaguar
F-TYPE Coupe [teaser 1 | teaser 2 | teaser 3 | image here]
Debuts in LA and Tokyo for the hard-top version of the F-TYPE cabrio. Because it is more rigid, it is said to be lighter so the driving experience will be different. We will find out when it goes on sale next spring.

Kia
Quoris
Kia’s flagship – already on sale in its home market – makes its US debut as the South Korean manufacturer pushes into the premium segment.

Land Rover
Range Rover LWB [unveiled here]
The long wheelbase version of the latest Range Rover gives rear seat passengers an extra 140mm of legroom with the body stretched in front of the rear wheels.

Mercedes-Benz
GLA [Frankfurt live images here]
Merc’s answer to the Range Rover Evoque makes its North American debut following its showing at the Frankfurt show in September.

S63 AMG [unveiled here]
Already seen and driven in Europe, the S 63 AMG was the flagship of the S Class range until the S65 – also making its North American debut here – arrived.

S65 AMG [unveiled here]
With 630hp and a massive 1000Nm of torque this third generation S 65 AMG is the most powerful car in its segment and the only 12-cylinder high performance car from a German premium manufacturer.

SLS AMG GT FINAL EDITION [unveiled here]
This limited run of 350 units represents the last opportunity for customers to order a SLS AMG.

MINI UK
New MINI [unveiled here]
Simultaneous show debut for third generation MINI at Tokyo and Los Angeles motor shows.

Nissan
GT-R NISMO [unveiled here]

Juke NISMO RS [unveiled here]
Debut for this even hotter version of the Juke, developed by Nissan’s motorsport division with power boosted by 73hp to 270hp.

X-TRAIL [Frankfurt Live Images here]
North American debut for the latest X-TRAIL which was first seen at Frankfurt in September. Due on sale from July next year.

Porsche
911 Turbo Cabriolet [unveiled here]
LA would seem the perfect place for the open-top version of Porsche’s latest 911 to make its debut.
911 Turbo S Cabriolet [unveiled here]
LA would seem the perfect place for the open-top version of Porsche’s latest 911 to make its debut.

Macan
The fifth model in Porsche’s line-up – sitting below the Cayenne – makes its debut. The Macan is based on the Audi Q5.

Subaru
Legacy Concept [unveiled here]
Design cues for Subaru’s flagship are hinted at here with that hexagonal front grille first seen on the Viziv concept. It is not yet known when the production model will arrive
WRX Concept [Live Images from Frankfurt Here]
Officially this is a design study but reports suggest that it close to the production version of the Impreza replacement due in the first quarter of 2014.
WRX STI Concept
Officially this is a design study but reports suggest that it close to the production version of the Impreza replacement due in the first quarter of 2014.

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