Nissan gave the official launch to its new Nissan Energy program during a presentation held in conjunction with the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show last week. The company wants to make the electric car even more useful to consumers, for instance by enabling them to power their home or business.
At the 2018 edition of the Los Angeles Auto Show, here’s the first part of my take on some of what I encountered when covering the event for Auto123.com. The things you see when you slow down and take a good look around…
The doors of the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show have now been opened to the public, but for two days journalists have worn out shoes visiting all of the different stands to discover the new models and concepts presented at the event. Here are our intrepid Benoit Charette’s 10 best picks from the show.
Subaru Canada had already confirmed its arrival in our market, and now the new 2019 Subaru Crosstrek plug-in hybrid is making its official public debut at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show. Here are the details and a photo gallery.
The all-electric version of Kia’s Niro got its official premiere at the Los Angeles Auto Show, completing the product offering for the crossover. We expect the range to be in the neighborhood of 400 km.
After debuting it Europe earlier this year, Fiat presents the remodeled 500X at the Los Angeles Auto Show this week; the small crossover gets a new engine and other updates, and will make another attempt to implant itself on the North American market.
Nissan brought its updated new 2019 Nissan Maxima sedan to the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show this week for an official show and tell. The 8th-generation Maxima, which dates to 2015, gets visual updates, revised tech and more safety features.
This week Kia presented the new third-generation 2020 Kia Soul at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Among the versions it unveiled is an electric variant.
Hyundai has lifted the veil on a badly-kept secret, the new 2020 Palisade, during the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show on now. The SUV segment welcomes another new entry from an automaker with the wind in its sails.
At the Los Angeles Auto Show, Lincoln yesterday unveiled the production version of the 2020 Aviator SUV. The nameplate was last affixed to a vehicle a dozen years ago, but it comes alive again in an SUV that bears a distinct resemblance to the larger Navigator SUV.