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What’s Up For The LA Auto Show?
What should we all be looking out for during the upcoming Los Angeles Auto Show? After all, this much coveted international auto show would already be opening its doors not only to vehicle manufacturers and press people but also the public as well. You may even get some ideas on how to make your vehicle look like that cool one you saw by just using new auto parts Nissan.
There have been already some scoops and sneak peaks on what should we all be expecting for the mentioned auto show. One of the sources of such information is the Car Connection which you can access at www.thecarconnection.com. However, this is not the main site that would show you what they have been able to glimpse at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
According to the mentioned automotive and car web site, those who would be going to the Los Angeles Auto Show would be able to gape and gawk at the 2008 version of the Audi TT roadster. Plus, there also would be a chance for people to visit and look at the 200 Chrysler Sebring Convertible along with the very much hyped Nissan Altima roadster. The Nissan Sentra SE-R model would also be made available along with the Aston Martin V8 roadster which has yet to be named. These are just a few of the vehicles that have been made available for goers.
But this is not the end of all those vehicles you would be encountering once you walk through the doors of the LA Auto Show. The Car Connection also did report that there are also concept vehicles available for the public. One would be the Chrysler Nassau concept vehicle which is quite unique in its own way. And for Jeep lovers, the new Jeep Trailhawk concept would also be showcased there.
Other vehicles that have been “scooped” by The Car Connection include the new Chevrolet Silverado as well as the newest version of the Audi S8 vehicle. Honda would also be showing off a new environmentally friendly vehicle – the Honda FCX – although many are still questioning if indeed the Honda entrant would really be the answer to the environment problem.
About the Author: Jennifer Dylan is a 35-year-old gal who hails from San Francisco. She has a habit of updating herself on new car trends and models. She spends most of her time reading up on cars and hopes to test drive them. She works for one of the topnotch car parts dealer in the U.S.