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The Future is Now: Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show

by Lesley Farner Corvette Forum When people asked me how the LA Auto Show was this year, I generally tell them it’s about 98 percent boring and two percent “oh-my-God-I’d-murder-someone-to-own-that.” And that’s how most consumer auto shows are, because while there’s some razzle dazzle stuff on the floor, the vehicles that keep the lights on […] More »

  Comments | By - November 21, 2011

The Future is Now: Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show, Volvo Concept You

Sure, I’ve seen plenty of concepts with suicide doors and a B-pilar delete. But I’ve drank plenty of Makers Mark too, and not sick of that either. With its doors open like this, Volvo’s Concept You looks as inviting as a suite at the Wynn. LA Auto Show Photo Galleries: More Concept Cars >>>>Booth Babes […] More »

  Comments | By - September 1, 2010

The Future is Now: Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show, Subaru BRZ Concept STI

Subie’s BRZ is built on the same platform as Scion’s F-RS, and swaps swooping curves for beefy boxiness. I think this looks more production-ready than it’s corporate cousin, which is a nice way of saying it doesn’t look nearly as cool. More Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show >>>>

  Comments | By - September 1, 2010

The Future is Now: Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show, Scion F-RS

Toyota has been the decaf coffee of automakers for so long, it’s hard to remember it ever made the Supra. But the F-RS is one hell of a reminder, and its bona fide exotic looks almost make up for the acres of beige we’ve seen from the company for the last decade. More Concepts at […] More »

  Comments | By - September 1, 2010

The Future is Now: Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show, KIA GT

In case you haven’t noticed, Hyundai’s younger sibling has been turning out some slick sheet metal of late. And while the wheels look like exhaust fans, everything else about the GT Concept is stunning. KIA, if you build it, they will buy. More Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show >>>>

  Comments | By - September 1, 2010

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