November is a pretty cool month, both in the weather and what happens in the automotive industry. For those who aren’t aware, November marks the L.A. Auto Show and according show managers, is a show that is growing in significant with in the worldwide automotive community. This year reports say that the L.A. Auto Show will have world debuts for more than 20 new vehicles and approximately 20 additional North American debuts. Now that is great news for new car aficionados and the industry in general.
The sheer amount of debuts at the auto show this year also seems to be an indication of the shows credibility in the world market. “The growing global significance of the LA show is clearly demonstrated by the number and importance of the debuts,” said Andy Fuzesi, general manager of the LA Auto Show. Leftlane comments that this is a stark comparison to a show that last year saw brands pull out of the show like Nissan and Infiniti. We tend to agree, especially with the known debut of the Fiat 500 Cinquecento at this years show—a car that we just adore in general.
The L.A. Auto Show starts November 17, 2010, so be sure to stay tuned to AllSmallCars.com as we find out more news about what will be at the show and report on the debuts as they happen.