Los Angeles 2015 motor show
The last major motor show of 2015 should end the year on high note
18 March 2015
Show dates: 17 November 2015 - 29 November 2015
And that's it for another year! The conclusion of the LA show marks the end of
the motor show calendar, and it managed to send 2015 off with a bang.
Some of the highlights of the LA show included the reveal of the Fiat 124
Spider, Fiat's new convertible based on the Mazda MX-5. Mercedes-Benz showed
off its facelifted SL-Class sportscar, and Lamborghini debuted a
rear-wheel-drive version of its ballistic Huracan.
Next on the motor show calendar is the 2016 Detroit Show, kicking off on the
11th January. For all the latest news leading up to and during the Detroit
show, keep an eye on GoAuto.com.au.
The final international motor show of the year begins this week in Tinsel Town,
with the LA show promising some big reveals from a number of different
Mercedes-Benz will preview the facelifted version of its SL-Class grand tourer,
which looks to take styling clues from its AMG GT flagship sports car.
There will also be a heavy focus on SUVs at the LA show, with Mazda,
Mercedes-Benz and Jeep all showing off new or updated four wheel drive models.
For all the latest news and footage from the LA show, keep an eye on
The LA motor show is now just around the corner, and promises to end the year
on a high.
Mercedes-Benz will debut its GLS SUV, the replacement for the GL-Class and the
biggest model in the German car-maker's stable.
Buick will unveil its 2015 model LaCrosse, about which there are rumours of a
replacement for the Holden Commodore, when the current VFII model eventually
goes out of production.
For all the latest news leading into and during the LA show, keep it locked on
THIS year's Los Angeles Auto Show will once again cap off 2015, but expect
Christmas to come a little early as major car brands debut new production and
Last year saw Mazda unveil its new baby-sized CX-3 and facelifted Mazda6 sedan
and wagon and CX-5 mid-size SUV, as well as the North American debut of the
Other production cars revealed include the Jaguar F-Type AWD, Mercedes-Maybach
S600 and BMW's X5 and X6 M twins.
Head to GoAuto for all the latest LA motor show news as it happens.
Giant LS: Mercedes-Benz will debut its range-toppping GLS SUV at LA, to sit above the recently released GLE.
Cars at the show: