GM Ready For LA Auto Show
The Los Angeles Auto Show is already raring and preparing to start. Everything seems to be all set. After all, the organizers behind this international auto show sure have made everything quite just right before they open their doors. Who would want to have an international event with mishaps here and there?
Anyhow, it is not only the organizers of the Los Angeles Auto Show who have made all things prepared before heading out towards the opening of the event. All auto makers who would be showing their wares are also ready and prepared to face the public and show off what they have got. For example, if you were Jaguar the brand, you would have made sure that the vehicles that you would be showing off would be in top notch condition – the engine is ready to go, the Jaguar car parts are all shining and gleaming, and only the person behind the wheel would have to be ready.
General Motors has also prepared much for this event. In fact, some experts have said that GM is very much ready to take on this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show. The company even did state that for this year, they would be showcasing cars and sport utility vehicles that would very much be a model when it comes to sophistication and global design. Their vehicles would also be models of technologies that are not only advanced but would also give show goers the chance to learn more about saving on fuel.
Rick Wagoner, the chairman and CEO of GM, even mentioned, “We always look forward to the LA Auto Show because Los Angeles is such an important market for trend setting cars and trucks. Besides launching a number of exciting new production cars, trucks and crossovers, we’ll also demonstrate our commitment to addressing fuel economy and environmental concerns with several very important advanced technology vehicles.” Wagoner would also be at the LA Auto Show to serve as a keynote speaker.
So what GM vehicles would be available for you to view? According to GM, their list of vehicles at the LA Auto Show would include the 2008 Buick Enclave, the 2008 GMC Yukon hybrid, the 2008 Saturn Vue, the Saturn Aura Green Line hybrid, the 0th anniversary editions of the Saab 9-3 and the Saab 9-5, the Hummer HO 2 concept design, Cadillac vehicles Platinum series and DTS-L, and the Equinox Fuel Cell and Sequel from Chevrolet.
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