Los Angeles Auto Show

Los Angeles Auto Show

Los Angeles Auto Show

 

Los Angeles Auto Show
The Los Angeles Auto Show is an annual auto show held at the Los Angeles Convention Center in early December. The LA Auto Show is an OICA sanctioned international exhibition and also endorsed by the Greater Los Angeles New Car Dealers Association. It is open to the public for ten days each year, filling 760,000 square feet (71,000 m2) of exhibit space. The LA Auto Show offers something for everyone: more than 1,000 cars on display in four exhibit halls; test drives of 100 of the latest models and the newest in customized, tuner and aftermarket cars and trucks in The Garage. where you the market for a new vehicle or planning for the future, the LA Auto Show is your one-stop-shop for hassle-free, stress-free comparison shopping for cars, trucks, SUVs, electric vehicles and more. At the 2018 LA Auto Show you’ll be able to see or sit in virtually any of the new vehicles you might be considering right now. You’ll also get your very first looks
at dozens of new and redesigned models that haven’t , including several making their world debuts right there on the LA Convention Center floor.

The Los Angeles Auto Show began in 1907 with ninety-nine vehicles on display at Morley’s Skating Rink. In 1910, the event was held under a canvas big top at Fiesta Park. As the auto industry grew, the auto show changed venues four times throughout the 1920s to accommodate the growing needs of vendors. In 1926, it took place at the corner of Hill and Washington where it stayed for the next four years. During the 1929 show, an electrical circuit in one of the airplane exhibits caught fire causing the entire show to go up in flames ending in more than $1 Million in damage. With the help of the community, the show re-opened one day later at the Shrine Auditorium.

Held January 21 - 27 at Morley’s Skating Rink on Grand Avenue, the show opened to more than three thousand people, excited and dressed for a party, crowding through the doors in the opening hours. In 2006, the show moved its dates from early January to late November/early December, thus resulting in two shows during the year 2006, the second marking the 100 year anniversary show.

 

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