Mercedes-Benz’s high-luxury division is producing its own version of the company’s big GLS SUV. Mercedes-Maybach has just unveiled the 2021 Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 4Matic, which will hit the market late in 2020.
We saw from our romp through the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show this week that carmakers have not exhausted their desire to bring more SUVs, crossovers and anything remotely connected to those formats to the market. Here are the top 10 models that most grabbed our attention at this year’s edition of the show.
First seen in Tokyo last month, the winged Lexus LF-30 Electrified concept flew itself across the Pacific to be at the Los Angeles Auto Show. There’s a snowball’s chance in heck this prototype will ever see the light of day, but it does give a peek at the (distant) future of the brand’s design vision.
Acura’s Type S Concept, first revealed earlier this year, is on display at the Los Angeles Auto Show with a mission to provide a foretaste of the brand’s design future. It’s a big deal for a company that remains in desperate need of a guiding light for its vehicles’ styling.
Two all-electric monsters from Bollinger that look like they came straight from a Mecano set are turning heads at the Los Angeles Auto show this week. The Bollinger B1 and B2 make their statements boldly, which of course polarizes the reactions of those encountering them.
Yesterday evening Tesla unveiled its long-awaited cybertruck in Los Angeles, and lo and behold the space-age pickup caused a reaction online. But rather than discussing the capabilities of the vehicle, most putting in their two cents worth focused the low-rent-sci-fi-film design.
While electric vehicles gradually take up ever-more space at auto shows, performance SUVs are proving just as omnipresent. At the Audi stand at this year’s LA show, the RS Q8 is turning heads.
After months of speculation, Kia finally presented its new Kia Seltos SUV for North America. The big premiere took place at the Los Angeles Auto Show, and Auto123 was on hand for the event.
BMW brought a full arsenal of new products to the Los Angeles Auto Show, including a 2 Series, a big Gran Coupe, the X5 and X6 M and two Minis – including an all-electric one. Auto123 was on hand for all the presentations by an automaker that most emphatically did not skip this year’s event.
The all-new 2020 Mazda CX-30 officially joined the Mazda family with its public debut at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show. It’s the first new Mazda-badged vehicle to hit the scene since the arrival of the CX-3.