2018 LA Auto Show: Your TFLcar Ultimate Guide To This Year’s Debuts

The 2018 LA Auto Show is shaping up to be a whirlwind of new car, truck and powersports reveals. 

What’s coming to the 2018 LA Auto Show? Quite a bit, as it turns out, and TFL will be on hand to show you everything that’s coming up. From Monday, November 26 to Thursday, November 29, check out TFLcar.com, TFLtruck.com and TFLoffroad.com for all the latest reveals! Once we bring you all the latest news, the LA Convention Center will host the show for the general public between Friday, November 30 and Sunday, December 9.

This year’s show is largely focused on cars, crossovers and SUVs. However, there is one huge exception — all you Jeep enthusiasts know what we’re talking about. In fact, more than 60 debuts are on tap at this year’s show. A large share of them are making their world debut, while the others are hitting U.S. soil for the first time after reveals earlier in the year. Everything from new side-by-side debuts to the 2020 Toyota Corolla, all the way up to the mammoth BMW X7 will hit this year’s LA Auto Show by storm.

After the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL debuted at last year’s show, Jeep is following up with the new Gladiator. Note, that’s “Gladiator”, not Scrambler as we originally believed Jeep would call its truck. Head over to TFLtruck.com for all the coverage you’re looking for on the new Gladiator.

Some of the cars on this list have already been revealed, like the BMW 3 Series, 8 Series and Z4. However, this will be their first major auto show appearance in the U.S.

On Tuesday, November 27, we got our first glimpses of the 2020 Genesis G90, 2019 Honda Passport and 2019 Mazda3. Later in the evening, Lincoln showed us the 2020 Aviator, and we also caught our first look at the 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid and 2019 Prius AWD-e.

Wednesday, November 28 saw an even wider range of reveals. After seeing the Porsche 911 on Tuesday, Jeep revealed the all-new Gladiator midsize truck. Then Audi revealed the all-electric e-tron GT, Kia revealed the 2020 Soul, and we got our first look at the three-row 2020 Hyundai Palisade.

Stay tuned for more updates

Click on the images or links below for more info on what’s coming up at the 2018 LA Auto Show! To see all the latest posts from this year’s event, check out our LA Auto Show page.

This page will be constantly updated throughout the 2018 LA Auto Show. Check back often for more updates!


2018 LA Auto Show Exhibits (click each picture to find out more!):

 

2019 Audi A6 2020 Detroit Auto Show could move to June 2019 Audi A8
Audi A6 Audi A7 Audi A8
Audi Q8 Audi e-tron Quattro Audi e-tron GT Concept
2019 BMW 8 Series convertible
BMW 3 Series BMW 8 Series Coupe BMW 8 Series Convertible
2019 BMW X7 2019 BMW X5 leaked photos 2019 BMW Z4 sDrive30i debuts
BMW X7 BMW X5 BMW Z4
BYTON M-byte
Byton M-Byte Fiat 500X Genesis G90
2019 Honda Passport INFINITI Prototype 10
Honda Passport Hyundai Palisade Infiniti Prototype 10
2020 Jeep Gladiator Lexus LX Inspiration Series
Jeep Gladiator (TFLtruck) Kia Soul Lexus LX Inspiration
2020 Lincoln Aviator 2019 Mazda3 2019 Nissan Maxima
Lincoln Aviator Mazda3 Nissan Maxima
Polaris Slingshot SLR
Nissan Murano Polaris Slingshot Porsche 911 992
2020 Rivian R1S
Porsche Macan Range Rover Evoque Rivian R1S
Rivian R1T
Rivian R1T (TFLtruck) Toyota Avalon TRD Toyota Camry TRD
2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid 2020 Toyota Corolla Sedan
Toyota Camry, Highlander Nightshade Toyota Corolla Hybrid Toyota Corolla Sedan
2019 Toyota Prius AWD-e 2019 Volkswagen Beetle Final Edition 2022 Volkswagen I.D. BUZZ CARGO
Toyota Prius AWD-e VW Beetle Final Edition VW I.D. BUZZ CARGO Concept (TFLtruck)

 

Zach Butler
Zach is a writer and Managing Editor for TFLcar. He has held a lifelong passion for cars, with a particular interest in hot hatchbacks and off-road rigs. Born and raised in Colorado, Zach holds a Bachelor's Degree in English from Colorado State University, and is based in Boulder, Colorado.