With the Los Angeles auto show just a month away, more automakers are announcing which cars they’ll bring to the show.
Just announced for the L.A. show is the refreshed 2016 Nissan Sentra. We haven’t seen it yet, but Nissan reportedly said that the model is “almost all new,” and we expect it to feature upgraded technologies. Mitsubishi will show off the redesigned 2017 Mirage and the 2016 Outlander Sport with a new design language. Volvo will also introduce a “Time Machine” concept which “has the potential of giving significant time back to drivers” and is compatible with the automaker’s new Scalable Product Architecture.
As previously reported, Scion will show off a new concept vehicle that may preview a future crossover. We’ve also reported that the Range Rover Evoque Convertible and 2017 Buick LaCrosse will also debut. The compact Infiniti QX30 crossover will make its global debut at the L.A. show, along with the next-gen Elantra. While we’ve seen the concept version of the QX30 at the 2015 Geneva auto show, little is known about the new Elantra.
While the vehicle debuts take the spotlight atthe auto show, several companies will make announcements about breakthroughs in alternative fuel strategies, new technology, products, and partnerships that will help shape the future of the automotive industry.
The 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show press days kick off November 17 with the Connected Car Expo, featuring 40 exhibitors and sponsors. The show opens to the public on November 20.
Source: L.A. Auto Show, Volvo